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Subject: Re: 401k tracking in Q Date: 1/7/2013 12:43 AM
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0. Those funds are probably "institutional" versions of normal Fidelity funds. If they don't have their own tickers (quite aot of such funds do, but not all), and you can identify the normal funds, that's probably close enough.

2. It's somewhat counterintuitive, even nonsensical, but the way to have money mysteriously appear in a Quicken account is to transfer it in from the same account. Works in every version from Q95 to Q2010 so I think it's defined behavior.
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