Greetings from Finland from a happy Portfolio Performance user! I am impressed with the quality of the software, so I have recommended it to my friends - you may be getting new users from Finland soon
I have a proposal for a new feature:
I do stock research all the time, and thus I maintain lists of stocks that I might buy in the future if the price is right. Likewise, sometimes I buy a stock with the intent that I’ll sell it if the price goes above or below a certain level. I may also have non-trivial rationale why a particular stock interests me. Or sometimes the rationale is trivial: it might belong to a category such as „flying cars“ for example.
These kinds of lists are currently scattered all around for me: post-it notes on the walls, long-time buy or sell orders on a broker etc. I am not appropriately organized on this area.
What a relief it would be, if Portfolio Organizer could help me on this area! To my understanding, the only aspect it has currently related to this is the „Note“-attribute on the Securities-screen.
I would like to have something like this:
- Indication which securities (regardless if I have them in my portfolio or not) are on the „Buy range“ price-wise which I have defined
- Same for „Sell range“
- Perhaps a possibility to see these somehow „category-wise“ - under the headline „flying cars“ etc. I am not sure if I could do this kind of categorization already by utilizing the Taxonomy-possibility by creating new taxonomies myself?
Or perhaps doing all this is already possible with Portfolio Optimizer? If so, I’d be grateful for tips how to do this!
Many many thanks for the great software!