Message Font: Serif | Sans-Serif
 
No. of Recommendations: 0
I don't know if I am posting this to the right borad or not since I am new but here goes. When I access a certain stock under quotes/Data there is either a happy face or a frowning face. Can you tell me what these mean and where they come from?

Thanks
Allison
Print the post Back To Top
No. of Recommendations: 1
Hi Allison!

Clicking the happy face will place the poster in your Favorite Fools List.

The frowny face will put the poster in your penalty box, which will make all posts by that person invisible for you by skipping them on the message list.

Hope this helps!
Always ;-)
Hunzi (Just hit the little happy face....noooo not the bozo box!)
Print the post Back To Top
No. of Recommendations: 0
I don't know if I am posting this to the right borad or not since I am new but here goes. When I access a certain stock under quotes/Data there is either a happy face or a frowning face. Can you tell me what these mean and where they come from?


Hi Allison,

Even though it's been a few days, I'm not sure if you've had your question answered yet, so let me take a stab at it.

In the Quotes/Data and My Portfolio sections a stock that has gone up for the day will have a green smiley face next to it, a stock that has gone down - a red frowning face. For a stock whose price is unchanged, there will be an orange neutral face. Think of the faces as friendly, foolish, easy-to-read-at-a-glance indicators of change.

If you have other questions about the Quotes/Data area, you can ask them over at our Quotes/Data message board http://boards.fool.com/Messages.asp?id=1010016000200000

Hope this helps,
Karin
Foolish Data Techie
Print the post Back To Top