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Bill2975: Try http://moneycentral.msn.com and use the Money > Investor portfolio feature. It does a great
job of tracking interest, splits, and dividends, including reinvestments.


Thanks for the info Bill, but I've tried them already and still have the problem with my portfolio return reseting to zero every time I turn over all my stocks and buy new ones. I've tried showing past trades and that still didn't help. I don't mind the other manual adjustments. To me, those are minor after the first adrenaline rush of thinking your stock went down 50%. I've also had some stocks go down 30% overnight and was then disappointed when I looked for the split and didn't see any! Oh well. C'est la vie.

InParadise
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