Welcome to build 2.1.4 of FAST Graphs! There are number of updates that we hope you will like. The following issues were fixed in this release:
Speed Phase 2:
Phase 2 of speed updates is complete. If you remember from the last patch, Phase 1 caused the historical graph to load first and then everything else in addition to adding speed. Phase 2 now loads whatever tab you are currently looking at first, and then everything else in the background.
This gives slightly better application performance when switching stocks under another tab like Forecasting, but you will likely see no performance enhancements when on the Historical tab.
Bug Fixes on FAST Graphs:
- Fixed Performance Chart alignment issues
- Fixes to NYS:HTA Analyst scorecard
- Custom Valuation Ratio now shows in the FAST FACTS
- Forecasting popup bugs are fixed
Earnings and Dividends are now updated to be adjusted for spinoffs like stock prices. An example of this is Altria (NYS:MO). If you were familiar with this stock before, you’ll notice that the picture looks different, and the stock price correlates better with earnings pre-2009.
We will be adding the ability to use split/spinoff adjusted graphs or unadjusted graphs in the future, but for now all graphs will be split/spinoff adjusted.
Bug Fixes on Portfolio Review/Screening Tool
- Fixed syntax and sorting errors on certain metrics
Ad Hoc Portfolios have now been added to FAST Graphs! An Ad Hoc portfolio lets you create temporary portfolios to quickly look through a list of stocks. To create an Ad Hoc portfolio, type the tickers you want in the search bar, separated by commas, and hit GO.
From here, you’ll be able to navigate through the Ad Hoc portfolio like you would with any other portfolio on FAST Graphs.
Note: Once you leave the Ad Hoc portfolio, it will be permanently deleted. This portfolio is used to quickly look at a group of stocks, not to create a permanent portfolio.
We really appreciate everyone’s support as we strive to make FAST Graphs the best stock research tool available.
– Team FAST Graphs