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Hello,

 

I don't like that my porfolio was changed without my knowledge. I can't see what I paid on some stocks, what the value on last purchase did. I wish you notify people of up coming changes . ....

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what happened to the "Finance" category at bottom of home page???

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where is the 'finance' headline I used to mouse onto to get my stock/investment info?

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http://xfinity.comcast.net/finance/

 

 



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CCCarole wrote:

http://xfinity.comcast.net/finance/

 

 


It has been renamed Money and can be found where Finance was on the bottom-left hand corner of the page (for now)

 

Go here for more details:

 

http://forums.comcast.com/t5/Xfinity-com-Website/Comcast-launching-XFINITY-Money-through-CNBC-partne...

 

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DONALDEVERSOLL wrote:

you're crazy.  It says submit.


You can find it in the bottom-left hand corner of the homepage:

 

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I have been checking the financial page daily, but now find it no longer is listed. Why have you removed this page of information ?.

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Why all the changes to the home page.  One day finance is one place.  Next day it's somewhere else.  Now it gone.  For the price we pay stop deleting the finance catagory and put it back on the home page. 

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It hasn't been removed. The link for it is at the bottom of the page under Xfinity on the left side of the page.

It is now called Money.

 

For more information read this http://forums.comcast.com/t5/Xfinity-com-Website/Comcast-launching-XFINITY-Money-through-CNBC-partne...

 

 




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Finance isn't gone.  It has been renamed money. You can access it using the link in the very bottom left hand side of the homepage under Xfinity.

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At the top of the xfinity web page there is a tab near the top under the topic heading "explore more".  Why has the topic 'finance" been removed?  I now have to go all the way to the bottom of the page and click on an extremely small font either "finance" and/or "money".  I don't understand why Comcast changed this feature.

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Some web designer thought that would be a better layout.

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gfk_sak wrote:

I have been checking the financial page daily, but now find it no longer is listed. Why have you removed this page of information ?.




Did you read the post directly above yours?



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gtoni2 wrote:

Hello,

 

I don't like that my porfolio was changed without my knowledge. I can't see what I paid on some stocks, what the value on last purchase did. I wish you notify people of up coming changes . ....


We informed customers about this on 1/24:

 

http://forums.comcast.com/t5/Xfinity-com-Website/Comcast-launching-XFINITY-Money-through-CNBC-partne...

 

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I can understand why Comcast wants to implement the combining of NBC with Comcast.  But, CNBC????  I have been turned off by CNBC since it has gotten off the business news and turned into the screaming channel of talking heads, about overhype worthless stocks (Facebook,Groupon, etc) and any other garbage stocks they can come up with.  Since, you are using the CNBC as an ad revenue center, overloaded webpages, filled with bloggers, talking head know nothings, and revenue generating deals with websites that would have shut down a long time ago if it wasn't for media miasma of linking junk.  See ya, I won't be back.

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Don't like CNBC for financial info and watchlist or need to agree with CNBC for use. Lost all personal stock watch list.

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Have the watchlists and stock alerts moved as well?

 

I can't find them any more.

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Did you click on the MONEY link?  Look at the tab across the top?



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The money connection to CNBC is taking 45 sec. to 1min. to be connected.  The re-route bandwidth

on their end or your end needs to be addressed or something...... it's really annoying 

 

I just tried again 12:18 PM    I am now hitting the  post button.  

 

Everything else I look at or click on happens right now ......

 

Thanks   Mike

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Hi all,

 

Go to the link below for more information about xfinity.com Money page and how to use your new stock portfolio and watchlists, powered by CNBC:

 

http://www.cnbc.com/id/100505718

 

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I am very disappointed with your decision to replace the Finance tab with Moneycnbc. The portfolio that cnbc is using is useless when compared to the portfolio that xfinity was using. That one gave daily gains or losses in each individual stock in the portfolio, the closing price of each stock, the total gain or loss of each stock in percentages as well as total and the total portfolio gain or loss in dollars and percentages.  I would hope that you would give your customers the option of retaining the previous Finance tab with the useful portifolio instead of dumping MoneyCnbC on us without any warning. Hope you will reconsider this situation.

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The new format for looking at portfolios does not list daily dollar change or complete list of mutual funds.

 

Bummer!

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What happened to the "Finance" page? The new CNBC page is garbage, and another signin process whcihwe can do without. The old "Finance" gave a quick and easy at-a-glance look at the major indices and personal stock list as well as better charting and investment info - now it is gone. It needs to be restored-and preferably in a way that one can place it on the home page and not have to click to it from the home page. You are gping backwards with the latest developments!!!! Come on Comcast - get with it!!!

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I really don't care where you put it. Comcast is always making these changes and making it difficult to use. Once if found my portfolio it was also changed. I don't kow how much the stocks went up  or down for the day. I am done with you guys. I don't care for all the links you have to all these different people or subjects. If that is what I wanted I find them in better websites. The easiest way to put it, you guys suck at it.

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Not happy with new cnbc money page....no place for cash reserves.  Previous financial page was just fine...great progress! (:

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Wish you would have left the Finance page as is. Everything is messed up with CNBC Money page. Can't make heads or tails out of how the list my potfolios. I can do better with my Schwab account.

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I agree! Old finance page was quick, easy and should have not been changed. I can get the same information from my Schwab account. Comcast needs to go back to their basic "Finance" tab. I refuse to use the CNBC site.

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johncb403 wrote:

The new format for looking at portfolios does not list daily dollar change or complete list of mutual funds.

 

Bummer!


You don't have to use Comcast's CNBC page.  What not try the Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch?  You can re-create your portfolio there.  I've used AOL's portfolio for years and have been fairly satisfied with it.   YMMV.




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Consider going back to the former 'Finance' format.  I find the new CNBC format clumsy, more intrusive with all of the 'ads' and much less informative.

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Since Comcast acquired NBC the changes you have made to the Comcast / Xfinity website have been in my view a step backward in time. Especially the newly added CNBC Money. It is the worst site to date.

The previous financial site was far superior to the CNBC bias garbage. It had more information and from several different sources.

 

I am so frustrated with Comcast that I am considering moving my TV, Telephone  and web to another carrier.

 

This is not to mention your horrible billing. Just last month your company billed me double, and this is the second time this has occurred. You did give me a credit, but you did not credit me for the addtional taxes.

 

I wonder how many people get this type of billing? Bur\t WOW what a killing you make by not giving credit for the additional taxes.

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Hi all,

 

We are moving all feedback about the new CNBC powered Money page into this one thread so we can easily read and track all feedback.

 

Thank you for all of your feedback and we will take it under consideration moving forward.

 

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Do not like the switch to CNBC Money it has ruined severl years of portfoio tracking of my stocks.  BAD MOVE!!!

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We are very disappointed in Microsoft Finance.  Leaves off different stocks out of our portfolio each time we print!  Go back to the other.

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Please lose the CNBC Money page, it's horrible, politically slanted (left) and is far inferior to the previous page.

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To ComcastJoe -

 

Are your still considering changing the Money - CNBC posting back to the former Comcast - Finance section?

Please do so.l  I find the Money - CNBC of little value.  It is more gossip than business news.