Feature Drop: ASX Stop Loss and more
Since our last Feature Drop, we’ve been hard at work to bring you a number of new updates all at once. Today we have an exciting bundle to announce.
ASX Stop Loss
Just like on Stake Wall St, you can set your safety net for any Aussie stock you hold by placing a Stop Loss order. If the stock drops to your designated price, a sell will be triggered – giving you peace of mind when you can't watch market movements closely.
Capital Raises Lite
This exciting new section of Stake AUS lets you access IPOs and Placements right from the Stake app (not available on web), and bid on them using your buying power. Placements are live now, along with Stake Academy videos to get you familiar with it all.
Peek at pro ratings
Analyst Ratings for selected trending stocks are now featured on the Wall St dashboard. For Stake Black members, this can show more personally relevant ratings, such as for stocks being held or watched.
One search for all markets
Whatever market you’re searching from, all U.S. or ASX-listed securities will be at your fingertips in the results.
Our new order pad lets you place trades in fewer taps. Plus, you can now amend active orders on Stake Wall St. You no longer need to cancel and create a new one – just hit edit and update the fields.
We didn’t stop there. We’ve updated your portfolio table, included accessibility colours and brought the best of Stake to dashboard shortcuts so you can discover more. To top off a more streamlined experience, we’ve got a new design that’s even cleaner to help you get around faster on Stake.
To explore all the above, be sure to update your app to the latest version available. As always, we’d love to hear your feedback and more ideas.
Analyst Ratings are sourced from third party vendors and provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute a recommendation or general or personal financial advice. Stop orders may reduce your trading risk, but they do not completely eliminate it. You should monitor the status of your stop orders, especially once the trigger price has been met.