It have been two weeks since the last article, and I thought I should just give a quick update of the improvements made to SGXcafe over the last two weeks in case you think that SGXcafe is becoming inactive 🙂 In fact, on the contrary, I have been actively adding new features!
I will just highlight a few features that might be of interest:
1) Who owns this stock? At the point of writing, there are 314 shared portfolios, of which 71 hold DBS stocks, but who are they? With the recent update, you can now easily view are the users (who have shared their portfolios) that own stocks that you are interested in (e.g. DBS).
2) 52-Week Range: You might have noticed a green-red bar indicating how close or far a stock in your portfolio is from its 52-Week High. It is a quick and visually pleasing way to easily find out which stocks in your portfolio are trending high (or low).
3) Disabling Cash Balance: It seems like numerous users are not really using the Cash Balance feature citing it to be troublesome to maintain and not 100% accurate. Therefore I have added an option for you to hide it. I would encourage you to use it though as I personally depend on it quite a bit. As I have several trading accounts, it serves as a quick way to know how much cash I have in each account.
Of course, there are numerous other tweaks happening constantly, and I shall leave the rest for you to discover 🙂