Like and Dislike stocks

Vote for stocks and share your opinions with other ShareAnalysis members.

Like/Dislike is a voting system that allows you to share your opinion about a particular stock with your fellow members. Vote ‘Like’ if you hold a favourable opinion about the company, or ‘Dislike’ if you don’t believe its worthy of a place in your share portfolio.

To ‘Like’ a company, hover your mouse over the Like/Dislike area in Fast Facts, or at the top of the Evaluate screens, and click the thumbs up.

ShareAnalysis will register your vote and adjust the number of total Likes for the stock.

When you vote for a stock, your vote is registered and depending on whether you voted for Like or Dislike, your vote is indicated by shading.

No vote

A white background indicates you haven’t yet voted for the stock.


A dark background on thumbs upindicates you have ‘Liked’ the company.


A dark background on thumbs down indicates you have ‘Disliked’ the company.

To remove your vote, hover your mouse over the ‘Thumbs Up’ or ‘Thumbs Down’ button and click to deselect. ShareAnalysis will remove the background shading and reduce the number of Like or Dislike votes for the stock.

See how your fellow ShareAnalysis members are voting at

Voting rules

Voting for stocks is purely voluntary and the following points should be noted:

•  The number of likes and dislikes indicated represent the number of ShareAnalysis Community Members that have expressed a preference regarding that stock.

•  A Member may select ‘Like’ or ‘Dislike’ once only for each individual stock but you are free to change your selection at any time.

•  The number of likes and dislikes should not be considered to be an endorsement of a stock, a recommendation or financial product advice.

•  ShareAnalysis expresses no view regarding the numbers indicated and does not endorse these numbers. ShareAnalysis expressly warns against basing any investment decision on what a Member considers is indicated by this feature.

•  Other Member’s motivations for clicking like or dislike are unknown and may be contrary to what they actually think.

•  While ShareAnalysis has certain technology solutions implemented to limit each Member’s ability to select like or dislike to 1 selection per stock, these technology solutions may able to be circumvented and accordingly ShareAnalysis makes no warranty as to the accuracy of what is indicated by this feature.

•  You are responsible for your own investment decisions. While ShareAnalysis and the Community is designed to help you acquire information which may help you in making those decisions, you are solely responsible for analysing and verifying any information you intend to rely on.

•  ShareAnalysis retains the right, in its sole discretion, to remove any like or dislike selections and permanently ban those who seek to breach the rules, prescribed etiquette and legal guidelines.

•  You acknowledge and agree that your participation in the Community and the use of this feature, the website and content is entirely at your own risk.

•  ShareAnalysis staff do not have permission to vote for stocks.

Join the discussion

Share your opinions and insights with your fellow ShareAnalysis members.

You can add your comments to ShareAnalysis’s news and blog posts.

Scroll down to the bottom of an article to add your thoughts. When you’re done, click Post to share your comments with the ShareAnalysis community.

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