Google Finance Asks For Feedback

It's a "help us help you" type of survey

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We haven’t yet been promised an update, much less a timeline or any specifics relating to its release.  Still, users of Google Finance have been asked to fill out a rather long survey, and it looks like this is a chance for people to influence the service’s future.

Google Finance Asks For Feedback    Google Financial Survey

"This survey will help us learn what’s working for you and focus our energies on the areas that matter most to you," wrote Marianne Berkovich on the Google Finance Blog.  So let’s take a look at her questionnaire.

Some sections obviously try to slot users into certain socioeconomic groups – there are standard questions about employment status, level of education, and age.  Not a single dollar sign appears in the whole survey, though, so it appears Google isn’t trying too hard to pander to any one class.

Instead, the company seems more interested in how people go about investing whatever money they have.  Percentages of wealth, stock investment strategies, and the frequency with which they change things or check on current investments all get a fair amount of attention.  Competing services also come into play, as do favorite features and yet-to-be-implemented ideas.

We’d suggest that everyone who’s interested in financial stuff get their answers in soon; the survey’s end date hasn’t been announced, and it’s not every day that Google asks for such extensive feedback.

Google Finance Asks For Feedback
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