Errors and Omissions

On this page reader/participants can post comments pointing out ERRORS AND OMISSIONS on our various lists.

I think we are dealing with near 1000 pages on site at this moment (1/5/2019) and we always say we have maybe 98% good data with 2% being incorrect or simply missing.

For instance this week Affinity4Investing let us know we were missing one of the Allstate Corp preferred issues–fortunately we stumbled on his comment so we were able to get the issue added, BUT there is so much commenting activity we can only skim through them.  Thus if they are posted here were can, at a glance, find out issues.

We will respond to comments on this page, but we will clear it off every week or two.

39 thoughts on “Errors and Omissions”

    1. Hi Larry–this is the right place to bring it–otherwise finding a message is purely luck.

      Will check it out.

    2. Larry–thanks for the reminder–I had noticed that chart was wrong before because TradingView who supplies charts doesn’t have it in their database. I always assumed they would get it in but they never did. I have removed the chart from the page.

  1. Hey, Tim;

    I still get the pop-up up saying I need to allow permissions every time I open a page on your site. There seems to be no combination of settings that will allow your notifications to work. I can block the pop-ups but that is about it. No matter what I set to “allow” I never get the notifications in Chrome.

    Not sure if anyone else is having the same problem or not.

    1. I used to get a “Do you want to allow notifications?” message in Firefox, and if I clicked “No Thanks”, I never saw it again. About 3 days ago, this changed to a pop-up window which Firefox blocks. If I allow the pop-up, it’s a small blank window AND a new browser tab that tries to go to https://mcpartland.os.tc/subscribe for which I get a “404-page not found” error.

      Tim, please get this fixed?

    2. Scott, you should consider adding a chrome extension that reads the RSS feed Tim’s website provides. The RSS extension will allow you to see updates to both the article section and/or the comment section. The one I use is called FeedBro which updates every 10 minutes or so, but there are others.

      1. Citadel West, as you know, there are many RSS readers. I use one called Feedly inside of Firefox, and I use it with both the Article feed and the Comments feed that Tim’s site provides. But Feedly just the first few lines of each article of comment… to read the whole thing, you have to open the actual page on the Tim’s site, and that’s where the Notification alerts and/or pop-up windows are coming from. I hope this is clear.

        1. Larry, have you tried clicking on the text of the message you’re reading in Feedly? I use FeedBro inside of Chrome and clicking on the written test (as opposed to the headline) in Feedbro opens up the complete text of the message without going to the website it comes from.

          1. In feedly, clicking the title of the article (or comment) above the text, or the “visit website” button under the text, takes you to Tim’s site (where for this, again I get a blocked pop-up window). Clicking the text itself does nothing in Feedly.

    3. Hi Scott–I just changed a few settings–maybe it will help and maybe not–keep me posted.

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