For the benefits of new learners, a custom portfolio is a list of holdings which one keeps in their brokerage accounts to keep track of their stocks’ performance. In this list, you get to see how much share quantities you are holding, how much stakes ($) you have placed and the amount of paper losses and winnings you have made.

Since a custom portfolio is “custom”, there is actually no need to restrict ourselves to the custom portfolio’s main function. Yes, you can twit it to your own liking and needs since it does not really mean anything other than viewing pleasures. Here are some ways investors can play around with their custom portfolio.

1. A Beginner’s Stock Simulator
We can always add companies that we did not actually purchased into our portfolio to simulate your own performance before going into the real market. This is one of the simplest …