Quotes allow you to quickly add tickers to the Table. These tickers can then be compared to each other in the Table or viewed alongside any other dataset (i.e., Portfolios, Screeners, Watchlists, or Index) you have loaded into the Table.
Quotes can be quickly entered via The Ticker Box, which is highlighted in the screenshot below. Quotes are maintained in the Quotes List, which is accessed via the Quotes box to the right of the Ticker Box
Tickers from the Quotes List will show in the Table with an “x” next to them. A ticker will show as bold when it is not part of the object that is selected (i.e., Portfolio, Screener, or Watchlist). If a ticker is not bold, but has an ‘x’, this means that it is both in your Quotes List and part of the object that is selected.
In the example below we see that AAPL is not bolded as it is a member of the Dow 30 dataset, whereas AMZN is bolded as it is not a member of the Dow 30 dataset.
Selecting World under My Collections and clicking on Quotes in the Navigation panel will load the Table with only the tickers from the Quotes List.
Adding tickers to the Quotes List automatically adds the tickers to the Table.
There are two ways to add tickers to the Quotes List:
Note that you can select World and then click on the hyperlink next to Quotes in the Navigation panel to access the Quotes Box (#3 in the screenshot above).
You can also choose to chart all Active Quotes or save them to a Portfolio or Watchlist (#4 in the screenshot above).
There are two ways to remove individual tickers from the Quotes List:
There are two ways to remove all tickers from the Quotes List in one step:
Note that you can select World and click on the hyperlink next to Quotes in the Navigation panel to launch the Quotes Box (#3 in the screenshot above).
When you remove all tickers in one step, they can also be restored in one step as described in the next section
You can quickly load the Quotes List with the last set of removed tickers.
Below we have two tickers on the Quotes List. AAPL and AMZN. We’ll click on “x” next to the Quotes Box to empty the Quotes List.
We now see that there are no tickers on the Quotes List and there is now a “+” sign next to the Quotes Box. Clicking on “+” will load the Quotes list with the last set of removed tickers.
Below we see the Quotes List now shows 2 tickers and that AAPL and AMZN now display with an “x” next to them.
The Quotes facility makes it very easy for you to add recently deleted Quotes back to the Quotes List. You can…