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How to cut noise in your stock market research?
How to cut noise in your stock market research?

This article shows how following a Stock Card can cut noise in your stock market research.

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Written by Hoda Mehr
Updated over a week ago

The stock market is a noisy place, and we have done a lot of work to create a notification system that just works without interrupting your life. Let's see how it works:

Step # 1: You can "Follow" any stock that you are interested in. Let's say you believe Snap (SNAP) is a stock you'd be interested in buying at some point, but you are not sure yet. You have to monitor its performance and price. On the company's Stock Card, click on "Follow" on the left-hand panel.


πŸ’‘ If you are on your phone, click on "More Info" to find the "Follow" button.

Step # 2: With one click, Stock Card will monitor the stock for you. Whenever the company's operations or the market sentiment about the company changes, it would send you an email β€” no need to check the news or login to your brokerage every day.

πŸ’‘ If there is any notification for you to see, there would be a number beside the bell icon on the website's header.


πŸ’‘ Also, if there is anything you'd need to pay attention to, the Update button on any Stock Card turns red. By clicking on it, you can see what's so important and what has changed.


Step # 3: If you'd want to stop following any Stock Card, click on the same "Follow" button on any Stock Card, as we discussed in Step 1. Or visit your Stock Card Follow page to manage all the stocks you are following. Click on the brain icon on the top-right corner of the page to get there:


Now it's your turn to cut noise in your stock market research by following the companies you are interested in.

If you have any questions, you can go to our Help Center or ping us on our website's live chat.

Catch you later.

Happy investing!


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