I've tired to post this earlier and Yahoo blocked it.
Here it is again...got to yahoo and add a dot and uservoice and add a dot and then add a cee oh em. Then select finance and enter feedback or vote to agree with previous feedback. Not that yahoo is listening, but perhaps.
The big@zz ad that appears on the top of the Finance page is really, really annoying.
Tell me, Yahoo, you are this desperate now for ad revenue? That thing nearly covers half the screen....
Yahoo in my opinion has made a number of bad design change decisions. Their email change still has me scratching my head trying to use it. I know they wanted to be more like gmail, but I'm one of those people who used yahoo mail instead of gmail because I did not like gmail. This change to yahoo finance though takes the cake in and will go down as one of the worst moves yahoo has made. Millions of people used and liked yahoo finance to have a nice assortment of articles with a clean looking and efficient format. I think this will drive more and more people away. Not to mention they've made the message boards far worse also. Yahoo is on a roll.....in the wrong direction.
According to that link RT quotes are now a paid service and streaming quotes are on the summary page only. That page is shown as last updated 24 Oct. Until Friday I had a link that brought up my portfolio with RT prices, then on Friday they were no longer updating so it looks like their rollout is complete. I can still see RT prices on the summary page. It is a complete pain.
Yep this new improved board is HORRIBLE! I haven't been able to access real time in my portfolio all week and using anything in here whether it be rec's or comments or even opening messages is hit or miss. Yahoo if I owned your stock I would have sold it weeks ago. Thank goodness your not helping fix the healthcare glitches.
Now that I can no longer see the charts I want on top of the page (S&P, oil, gas and the vix), I've had to add them to my portfolio. Instead of entering Yahoo Finance through the main page, I re-set my bookmark to go directly to the portfolio, bypassing all the home page advertising. Great job . . . idiots.
Arrrghh! When you do that, put the indexes on your portfolio page, you loose the news summary for your holdings, because the GSPC overwhelms the results, no matter whether you order it first or last. Save us from people who don't use their own product.