There are many benefits to signing up. If you track your investments on our site, you will have access to the My DailyFinance module, which will be your quick view into your portfolio. With your login, you'll also be able to take free financial courses and join our SavingsChallenge, our new product to help you achieve your savings goals. Our team is coming up with more benefits every day, so keep your eyes peeled for new features and enhancements.
We have chosen these two forms of authentication to keep you the most secure.
We don’t share any of your data with Facebook. This includes your portfolio. The only things that will be captured on Facebook are the DailyFinance articles and tools you share on Facebook.
At the top right corner of every page on our site, there is a Sign In/Register button, which will take you through the registration process.
Having a better life, financially is not all about investing. Our team believes that knowing your financial goals and setting a plan for yourself are equally as important. We've created various resource centers for you to explore, from our Learning Center and Retirement Center to our Tax Center. We've also got useful tools, like our financial calculators and our savings tool called the SavingsChallenge.
We've redesigned our site to provide you with better editorial features, better design and navigation and better tools. This improved experience is our first step towards fulfilling our new mission, which is to be a helpful and trusted resource for achieving a lifetime of financial success.
We’ve taken the DailyFinance that you know--we've just made it better. We hope you like our fresh look and simplified navigation. We've organized our site around the 4 key pillars for financial success: Plan, Save, Spend and Invest and we've set up each vertical with the advice, resources and tools to educate and inspire you, like our Learning Center under Plan. Here, you'll get access to free financial courses and a real-time stock simulator where you can improve your investing skills by practice trading with virtual cash.
Your full portfolio is still in the same portfolio page, but a quick view of your portfolio now lives in a consistent place, in the My DailyFinance module. The module is located in the top left of the desktop experience and in the menu bar on the mobile experience. Keep in mind you must sign in to see your portfolio.
No. Because we have fully launched to our new design, you will not be able to go back to the old experience. The new DailyFinance has been designed to improve your experience. The simplified navigation makes it easier to find the content you're looking for. The My DailyFinance module gives you a snapshot of your Portfolios and the Savings Challenge you've signed up for. Our added educational features through our LearningCenter is a great benefit as well.
The best way to view the new site is in Google Chrome. Content on our site also now adjusts seamlessly to match the size and shape of the screen of your device, whether you're on your computer, phone or tablet.
Although you can set up a bookmark on your computer to our Investor page, we think our re-designed main page is the ideal homepage. There, you’ll get stock market coverage, the top business news for the day, along with our Daily Must-Reads. If you have a portfolio, you’ll be able to get a quick view of that on the MyDailyFinance module on the left panel.
With our portfolios product, you can track your investments for free and create and manage multiple portfolios. On your dashboard, you can see the top performing and bottom performing stocks in your portfolio. An added benefit is that your portfolio performance will go straight to your inbox, as often as every single day (Monday - Saturday). To create a portfolio, register by signing in with your AOL or Facebook account.
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With the redesign, we have removed the scrolling ticker, but all the information you used to find there can be found in the Markets module on the left panel of our homepage and on the left panel and central rail of our Invest page. We want to give you more convenient features like readily presenting you with recent quotes you've looked at. We'll be adding this to further personalize the My DailyFinance module soon, so stay tuned!
It is all still on our stock quote pages. On the left panel on a stock quote page, you'll see a "Summary" module. Click on "Profile”, “Rates & Ratios”, “Price & Chart”, or “Financials & Filings” to get a drop down of the information you're looking for.
Once you are in your portfolio, the best way to edit it is by clicking the edit button with the pencil mark symbol. It is at the top of the page and to the right of your portfolio name.
Your watchlist is stored on your machine locally, so if you log onto a different machine, you won't be able to see that same watchlist. Also, please note that deleting your cookies will delete your watchlist.
The portfolios are sorted by highest value. If the values of your portfolios are the same, then you will see the portfolio you created first at the top.
We have a more extensive list of portfolio FAQ’s. See them here.
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The courses available in our Learning Center , brought in partnership with Wall Street Survivor, range anywhere from basic to advanced investing lessons. Each course is followed by a quiz to test your knowledge of the concepts in the lesson. Course titles include "Investment Strategies". "Finding Stock Ideas", "Investing in Startups", "Bonds for Beginners", "Professional vs Do It Yourself Investing”, among many others. We also have courses to help plan around major life events, like buying a house, buying a car or retiring.
The portfolio in the courses page is a learning portfolio. You’ll have access to fake money to trade stocks, in order to help you understand investing concepts, from basic to advanced. Once you’ve set one up, you’ll be able to use that portfolio in a stock trading game on Wall Street Survivor. The game includes a real-time market stock simulator and there’s no cost to join.
There are many benefits to logging in. These courses will track your progress in each course and the courses you’ve completed. When you’re logged in, you’ll also be able to set up and access your learning portfolio.
You’ll pick a challenge, set a goal and then create a plan by choosing a task or group of tasks to help you save money, like bringing a brown bag lunch, which can save you $7 every time you do it. Currently, we have 3 challenges to pick from: Vacation, Wedding Day, and Rainy Day, but stay tuned for new ones! Sign up here and follow the short prompts to set up your challenge and create your plan. Once you’re set up, we’ll track your savings to date and the tasks you’ve signed up for.
SavingsChallenge is here to help you and goes where you go! You can conveniently access your plan from your computer or mobile device. Once you're signed in, click "My Plan" on the top of the page to see your plan. On the left panel, you'll see your current savings, your target goal and your progress including the tasks you've pledged and the tasks you've completed. You'll also see your To-Do List, which will show your lists of tasks through the final day of your challenge. This is where you'll check off your completed tasks as well.
SavingsChallenge is not only a tool to help you save money, it is a community working to achieve their savings goals. When you sign up, you’ll join other motivated individuals who have taken the pledge to save money. You'll be able to see how fellow savers are cutting their spending and so, learn from them. Moreover, each challenge has its very own expert guide who will be blogging and offering up savings tips, like how to buy groceries for less or how to travel on a budget. They’ll encourage you as you work toward your goal!
Currently, you can sign up for only one challenge at a time.
You can edit your plan anytime. First, make sure you're signed into your account. To change the target dollar amount you want to save and the date you want to complete your challenge, go to "Settings" on the left panel and update the fields under Challenge details and hit "Save Changes." To edit any of your daily tasks, go to "My Plan" and hit "Edit Plan."
Go to "My Plan" and you'll see an "Add Task" button. You can choose from our series of pre-defined tasks. To create your own task, first choose a category to where your task belongs (i.e. Shopping, Entertainment, Food & Dining) and then hit "Add own task." To delete a task from your plan, hit "Edit Plan", find the task you want to delete and hit "Remove."
When signed in, go to "Settings" located on the left panel. Depending on your preference, select daily or weekly under email frequency and then make sure to hit "Save Changes." Our newsletters will be helpful in reminding you of the ways you've pledged to save money each day. The newsletter will also include links that take you straight to your Savings Challenge plan from your inbox. To opt-out of our newsletters, uncheck our "Send me newsletters" under email frequency and then hit "Save Changes."