3 ways to build a practical watchlist

SA Watchlist Dashboard

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So, let’s get started in creating your set of watchlist. Here are some ideas on how you can build your watchlist: 

1) Creating a watchlist based on companies in a specific industry.  

Does your job require you to take a closer look at a specific industry? Is there any industry that catches your attention? If this sounds like your need, you may wish to create a watchlist targeting companies in a specific sector. One example will be making a target list for e-commerce in Indonesia.  

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2) Creating a saved search based on the topics you would like to receive, filtered by region and sector 

Are you sniffing for the latest news about a particular topic? Do you have any issue that constantly sparks your interest? Let our Scout AI do it for you. Head over to our Scout AI and select a topic that you would like to follow. Dive deeper by filtering to the countries of your choice. 

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3) Keep yourself updated by following your favourite source  

Are you constantly on the lookout for the latest report? Do you need to get hold of the newest statistic? If this is part of your daily scope, feel free to create a watchlist of your favourite source. Get all you need, all in one watchlist. 

Watchlist Source

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With that, you can create your set of watchlist. Before you exit, please don’t forget to keep your alerts switched on. Stay tuned to our next #know_how, where we share some tips on making meaningful alerts. 

If you have other creative suggestions on building a practical watchlist, please write to [email protected]. 

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