Last week, (2/26/2018 specifically,) PCLN (priceline.com) converted to a new ticker BKNG (bookings.com).
I have not found anyplace that has a completed 10 year+ history on the company.
Like your site, the YTD and all other history is limited to starting at 2/26/2018 to the current day.
Unlike some other sites, indx.guru no longer has PCLN data available.
PCLN historical data must be concatenated with BKNG data to create a single succinct history.
This would be an edge only you would have.
missing a few stats that would be good. 1) Enterprise Value to Revenue (you have Enterprise Value to EBITDA) 2) Price to Earnings
Thanks a lot for your feedback!
From our experience, Enterprise Value to EBITDA is a more commonly used metric in valuation than Enterprise Value to Revenue. Additionally, if you are interested in relative revenue for the company, we have the Price to Revenue ratio included in the valuation page (click on the "GURU VALUE" tab on the company page).
The Price to Earnings Ratio is included on the statistics page (click on the "SENTIMENT" tab) along with that of the industry and exchange as a comparison. The inverse of this, the Earnings Yield, is also included on the valuation page.
I join this site in hopes of viewing american market data, but it appears to give only a discreet view of a foreign unknown market, is there a way to switch to other markets?
You are probably on our Australian site, we have also setup a separate website for the NASDAQ and NYSE exchanges at https://us.indx.guru/#/landing/. We are currently looking at providing an easier way to switch between the two as well as a central user management system to eliminate the need for separate registration and login.
The concept is engaging and I'm eagerly awaiting US stock availability. Please consider toning down the colors and creating a more streamlined approach with the colors. Currently there are different colors all over the place and I feel like I'm in a toy store with my kids. 3 colors and *maybe* 2 or 3 tones of each color ought to do the trick. If the colors are absolutely necessary perhaps a grey box with a color outline or color line at the top like some of the boxes already are.
The bright colors against the black background are particularly garish, maybe a softer dark grey background would be easier to look at?
Thank you for all your efforts, re-visualizing the stock market is no easy task.
Thank you for your positive feedback on Indx Guru. We understand that the site can be a bit colourful for some people and we currently have a feature in the pipeline to add a user setting to tone down the amount of colour displayed. Also, the colours we use help tie together different aspects of the data: we a standard different colour for each of our primary metrics movement, media heat, social heat and sentiment; and we also categorise companies by industry with a different colour for each industry to tie them together: light green for software, light blue for medical, orange for mining & materials etc.
We have setup a separate site for the NASDAQ and NYSE exchanges at https://us.indx.guru/#/landing/. We will shortly have a clearer way to transition between the two and are looking at building a centralised user management system to avoid the need for separate user accounts, but for the moment you will need to register as a new user.
Please let us know if you have any issues or more great feedback for the site.
What I'd really like to see in the watchlist is the ability to set tolerance points. If, for instance, a stock that I'm watching or that I own moves above or below a starting price, percentage, etc then I'm sent an alert to buy, sell, trade, etc. That would set INDX.guru above and beyond the rest.
Just my two cents.
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