Didn't address my question.Can I get fries with my CAPS?More seriously on:(9b) Specifically, what about having watchlists? We'll add those in the near term, yes. We agree that CAPS could be a really innovative and wonderful watchlisting tool.I too wanted this early on, but now I think it would simply make me sit on the fence regarding a stock i.e. not commit to an opinion. This really doesn't suit the stock evaluation goal of CAPS. If you have a watchlist, you should probably have the equivalent of a 'hold' figuring into a companies rating.I think I would rather now not have a watchlist. CAPS as it stands now is a good watchlist tool for our real portfolios. While it may be sacrilege to suggest - for those who want a watchlist they could always create a doppel and use that for a watchlist (I don't by the way -- well, I have a doppel, but for a different purpose).Zz
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