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Subject: how to automate pull of stock price for .xls? Date: 12/26/2004 1:33 PM
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i'm trying to build a .xls spreadsheet to help manage a number of DRIPS i am accumulating (mostly to keep track of costs for cost basis calculations) - but i'd also like to autmate calculation of unrealized gain/loss. in order to do that i need current stock price.
any thoughts/suggestions on how to do that automatically/automagically from some web site (rather than have to look each up separately and enter it by hand?
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