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Are you tracking your investments closely enough?

If you haven't already got one going, this is the perfect time to start a Watchlist. It's quick and easy to do, and it lets you keep track of stocks, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), mutual funds, commodities and indexes, all in one place, at a time when markets are very volatile.

Your Watchlist will provide prices, charts, news and financial ratios, as well as crucial information on dividends and earnings.

You have the option of customizing your Watchlist to your needs by using the feature, which lets you choose from almost 60 different data points.

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You can also type in the number of shares or units you own and use it to track your portfolio using the feature.

Take a look at the links at the top and bottom of this blog post, if you need more information on how to build or customize your Watchlist.

Still got a question? Take a look at our online reader discussions, or email us:

We look forward to hearing from you. Enjoy your Watchlist! Sonali Verma Deputy Investment Editor The Globe and Mail

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Sonali Verma is deputy head of audience at the Globe and Mail. She is a business journalist with more than 20 years of experience, mainly in digital media.She was previously the Globe and Mail’s senior editor in charge of audience engagement, overseeing its homepages as well as social media operations. More

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