What affects the number of companies listed in my portfolios?
The number of stocks depends on the composition of your portfolio. The goal of a portfolio is to achieve the target values of all the parameters corresponding to your strategy. For example, you may have high profit growth as a goal, and the companies together in the portfolio will then have a high profit growth. Sometimes more companies are required to create a good composition, sometimes fewer. Even a few shares of a company add value to the different parameters. They also add value in terms of diversification and, in other words, are in the portfolio for a reason. Buying a few shares of a company is also no longer a disadvantage because commission fees are very low.