What are the EVENTS on my Watchlist? How do I see them?

What are the EVENTS on my Watchlist? How do I see them?

  • EVENT  is defined when a publicly-traded company issues a corporate action, it is doing something that will affect its stock price. 

  • If you're a shareholder or considering buying shares of a company, you need to understand how an action will affect the company's stock. 

  • When you have multiple stocks in your Watchlist, and if there is an upcoming corporate action on a stock, a sticker of  “EVENT” will get reflected in front of the stock name.

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