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Keeping track of investments you passed on


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Sometimes I'll look at something at think "it looks like a solid company, but not quite cheap enough."  A year or two later I'll see the same thing mentioned somewhere and find that it declined to 1/5 of what I thought was almost cheap enough, but has since rebounded.

 

What do you use to keep track of things like this?  I started keeping a google docs spreadsheet that I can look over and compare the quote to what I thought might be a good price.  Problem is google doesn't recognize a lot of stock tickers, so I have to enter them manually.  Do any of you have a better way of doing this?  Thanks,

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I used Scottrade a few years ago before switching to Interactive Brokers; I still have access to my (empty) Scottrade account and set up alerts for stocks I'd buy at a lower price. Scottrade e-mails me whenever a stock drops to the specified price.

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