Our New Feature Update: Crowdsource Sentiments!

Our New Feature Update: Crowdsource Sentiments!

We’re a platform that endorses the usage of crowdsource financial knowledge and skills of investors to help investors make a better trade or investment.

Over time, we’ve grown into a strong and inclusive community, that allows investors to connect with one another for better investing outcomes.

We’ve always worked towards capitalising on the stock information that every investor has, believing that no matter how diverse information can be, it will still be useful because second opinions matter.

One day, an interesting idea struck us when we were looking at our charts, thinking to ourselves, what if the sentiments of our community was reflected in stock prices and we could see them to have a better judgment?

The idea of such a feature got us stoked, as it would allow our users to infer future trends of stock prices. This concept started to take shape to what we define as crowdsource market sentiments.

We then put our developers to the test, and they came up with this brilliance just over a few days.

The Feature:

You will now be able to read investing ideas and your own portfolio transactions on the chart. Simply click on the ‘Show Idea’s on the top menu of the chart will enable this.

1. Investing / Trading Ideas on Chart
Estimations with buy call are indicated with green dot, while estimations with sell call are indicated with red dot. The other ideas or news are all indicated with orange dot. If you saw an area full of green dot, it means our users are very bullish on that few days and stocks are likely to go up. We mean likely and not guarantee:) It is just an indicator for you to read the sentiment. We can call it crowd estimations indicator. Every candlestick is limited to max of 10 ideas.

 

2. Portfolio Transactions on Chart
If you have recorded any buy / sell transactions for a stock using our Portfolio function, when you load the chart for that stock, it will show when you have bought and sold the stock. The buy transaction is indicated with big label ‘B’, while sell transaction is indicated with big label ‘S’. Click on them will show you more details. With this, you can easily review all your transactions, and by placing the buy and sell on the chart, we believe you will be able to analyse your own transactions history and questions like ‘Why on earth did I buy / sell this stock at this point’ will come out. We feel that this is a good way for everyone to improve. And this is another reason for you to keep track of your transactions using our platform. http://www.investingnote.com/portfolios/index

 

Have fun with the new feature, explore it and do tell us how you’re using it!

If it works for you, it will probably work for your family and friends.

So do share it with your them please…our belief is that everyone deserves to have better investing outcomes.

Note that this only applies for the website on desktop. Due to the space constraints, this function is not for mobile app and mobile browser.

Original IN post here.

 

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