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Not a bug

Highlight colors in the Basic section of the competitor comparison for payout ratio need to be flipped. It is showing green for ratio over 100% and red for a ratio of 50%

Kyle 1 year ago • updated by Jae Jun 1 year ago 1

CTL (payout ratio of 128.7%) vs VZ (payout ratio of 50.1%)

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Fixed

The distressed level for Altman Z score for non Manufacturing companies should be less than 1.1

Ra'uf Glasgow 1 year ago • updated by Jae Jun 1 year ago 3

I noticed that the non manufacturing Alt Z score was showing "Red" when it was above 1.1. I have attached the wikipedia section of the Alt z entry that shows it should not be showing as distressed until it is below 1.1

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Planned

What about comparing stocks metrics in one chart?

Richard Gordon 1 year ago • updated by Jae Jun 1 year ago 1

The comparison feature is really powerful. But an even more powerful way to see the differences is to show the comparative data in one chart. I.E. Compare P/S or ROIC for 1 to 5 different companies in one chart? Side by side is great (and shouldn't be taken away) but 5 different lines on top of each other might be even more effective to compare differences. I'm not suggesting taking away the side by side comparison, I'm suggesting adding another way to look at the data.

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Planned

Any way to save the selections of the comparison feature?

Richard Gordon 1 year ago • updated by Jae Jun 1 year ago 1

Is there any way that we can save different portfolio's of 5 stocks so that we don't have to enter them separately every time we want to watch (i.e. keep an eye on) a selection of stocks?

E.G. Oil & Gas; REITS; Biotech; etc.

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Fixed

App won't load company information for any company

Katrin Glasgow 1 year ago • updated by Jae Jun 1 year ago 1

I have tried to load several companies information and nothing loads either on my laptop or iPad. This just started today. I have tried refreshing my browser but that has not fixed the problem

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Include Dividend Discount Model

bushman50 1 year ago • updated by Jae Jun 1 year ago 1

Include Dividend Discount Model