Google finance (finance.google.com, or www.google.com/finance), used to have the ability to compare many stocks or mutual funds (tickers) at once. Now, apparently after they significantly altered and downgraded the site in 2018, I can't seem to compare more than 2 at a time on a chart (see example below). Does anyone know how I can compare multiple tickers at once again on a chart? I found that feature REALLY useful when making long-term investment decisions and I don't know how I can get the same information and visual comparison anymore.
Note: Morningstar seems to have the same limitation.
(Source --> then click the "5 years" comparison button. Note that if you type a new ticker into the "Compare custom stock or index" box it will replace one of the current comparisons [which is what I DON'T want] rather than add the new ticker to the current comparison [which is what I DO want])