- Total Revolving Credit and Total Available Credit
- Estimations on Listing and Search pages
I assure you that that the auto-login feature does nothing evil. I have it disabled by default in case you don’t believe me. Your username and password will be stored as configuration values within Firefox. If you navigate to about:config in the browser, you’ll see them under greasemonkey.scriptvals. Please note that the password is not encrypted. If you’re using a public machine or someone else’s computer, you may want to think twice about using the auto-login feature.
If there is more than 0% utilization, then the calculated total revolving credit and total available credit is displayed. If utilization is 0%, it is displayed as Indeterminate.
The estimated loss, adjustments, fees, and estimated return will be displayed on listing pages. On search pages, I display just the estimated return and estimated loss (to take up a bit less space than displaying all 4 numbers). You will need to be logged in for this feature to work.
If you’d like to try it out, first install Greasemonkey on Firefox. Then click the button below to install:
If you have any suggestions for new features to add, please feel free to let me know and I’ll be glad to see what I can do to accomodate.
Update: I’ve added a user script command called “Set Investment Preferences.” It allows you to specify a minimum desired return, bid amount, and maximum loss amount. When you run searches, as the estimates are loaded in, listings will be removed if they are below the minimum desired return or if they have an estimated loss higher than the max loss.