Scottrade's Portfolio Review - powered by MORNINGSTAR:
Tool Feature // Function
X-Ray // Offers an in-depth analysis of your existing portfolio
Target Model // Shows what asset mix matches with your particular investment style and risk profile
Action Plan // Details steps you need to take to move from your existing portfolio to a model portfolio
still waiting but not holding breath for restaurant name!
Clue go to FB and search for restaurants with about 5k likes and then pick one. No one cares. Anyone stupid enough to click on a fb ad has a screw loose since they come there to share cat pictures and selfies. Smart folks use adblocker plus and actually see no ads. Strips ads out of news feeds and video. BOOM! waste of ad money.
the FB surprise comes if your portfolio is weighted to Aggressive Large Cap Growth US., which would include the S&P 500, or managed mutual funds or ETFs with similar holdings.
Nice tool btw, since it allows you to compare your total allocation to various allocation models, shows you the comparison and then allows you to "find" equities based on criteria search where you are under allocated compared to model.
Under "My Account" click on left side Portfolio Review. click Launch Portfolio Review Tool (Morning Star). When it finishes it will show your primary account summary - to get a combined look select Combined Portfolio View. When it finishes go to Analysis. Scroll down page and look for your top 10 holdings.
Suggest if you do anything else you read the PDF tutorial - don't be like I wonder what this button select do - OK - jes sayin'
fai95, If your post is real, fake or real fake just remember you will be called to account. You can't just post anything here without proof and expect intelligent investor/trader types to accept your drivel. Yes there are about 15 sheep (using fb accounting for users) here who want to believe what you posted is real. Those of us who have accumulated wealth are from the Mark Haines school of accountability and questioning. You had to have expected someone would ask you to prove what you said as you take refuge behind a moniker like the rest of us. Your post does not pass the smell test and I have a very good sniffer for fakers posting drivel. Prove me wrong.
also if you owned a restaurant you should have no time to diddle on a fb message board. You certainly should have sense enough not to post legit doings under a pseudo moniker for the very reason that you just demonstrated. You state this and that but when someone calls bullcrp you cop out and say blah blah blah. I'm done. Have fun fooling the sheep here.
it is absolutely a fair post. If what you are saying is true you have nothing to fear because you are advertising on FB for anyone to see to gain customers. The only reason why you would not post the restaurant name is if you posted stuff here that you would not be proud to associate your real name with. I'm calling Bullcrp on your post regarding FB advertisement. If you read closely what you posted makes no sense. You say you have 5k likes but you are planning on spending $65k on FB ads comeon dude. That scale up makes no sense from the prior ad spend.
Yeah right - Prove it. Post the name of your restaurant so we can find it on FB. If you do not all that you have written will be considered drivel. Last time I issued this challenge to similar posting we never heard back. Man up dude!
market is wakening up to stupor of Draghi and reality of - we need some downside action - shake the leaves scare some newbies etc.
spiral down, will drag world growth with it - you can't fix their problem by throwing money at it
ILT80's you got my point so nuf said on tech advances by other competitors in the VR arena. Looks like Oculus could not build a stand alone device on mobile without partnering so maybe they will simply license their software. From what I understand Samsung Gear collaborated with numerous companies to bring about the GEAR VR not just Oculus. I'm not saying Oculus is done they have the software chops but need both hardware and software chops to develop their own device. Oculus Rift DK2 was using a modified Samsung note 3 for their contraption. They were bought by zuck for 2 billion, not sure fb will see that return anytime soon.
ILT80's, it may be a difference of opinion, but looks 2 me like the Oculus dRift has been trumped by a phone: The Samsung Note 4 slips into the Gear VR using the Note 4 as screen display and according to Eric Limer has a bonkers screen. With a 2560 x 1440 resolution on a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, the Note 4's screen hits an astronomical 515 PPI. That's dumb high, second only to LG's G3. It's also higher than the display in the Oculus Rift DK2, which actually uses a re-purposed 386 PPI Note 3 display.
example Gordon Gecko's brick phone in the movie Wall Street compared to compact phones of today. Oculus Rift reminds me of that for some reason. Who will find the technology where you can have VR without the ridiculous headsets of today? Holodeck projects?????