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Enter notations regarding certain stocks or funds for future reference. Use keywords in your journal notes to make them easy to find later on. When you’re ready to review your notes, the Search Journal function will help you find entries associated with those keywords. Take your research one step further and select the "Show results in list panel" link to see all symbols linked to your journal keyword in the List Panel. Your Journal notes are your personal notes, and will not be viewable by the MarketSmith Community.
Also included in the Notes and Discussion panel is easy access to a drawing tool that enables you to directly markup or color code a chart. Access the Markups Tool drawing palette from the bottom of the Notes and Discussion panel. Hover over the annotation icons and click to select the color and shape of the desired markup. You can quickly access all of your marked up charts by selecting the “View Markup List” icon on the markups toolbar. The list will appear in List Contents labeled "Chart Markups"
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Find out what other MarketSmith members are saying about the market or join the discussion by contributing your own opinion on a variety of topics. With every blog you post, you can also support your comments with an annotated chart you have saved or with one you create specifically for your blog comments. All blog postings have a rating and display the number of respondents to that post. Additionally, you will be alerted whenever someone comments on your blog posts.
- All visitors to MarketSmith may read posted blogs, but creating and commenting are restricted to MarketSmith subscribers.
- Blogs may be created both from within the tool task panel or from the MarketSmith website Community section. For further information on using Blogs, visit Learn:: Community.
- Share functionality is available when you create or read a blog that you want to share with friends and followers outside of MarketSmith.
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View comment threads on specific topics, learn about investing seminars and conferences, and participate in online discussions.
- Contributing to the Forums is restricted to MarketSmith subscribers, although all visitors are able to read them.
- Forum posts may be created from within the Notes & Discussion task panel or originate from the MarketSmith website Community section. For further information on using the Forums, visit Learn :: Community.
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