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It's possible, but probably not worth the effort. You're 401k gets updated every paycheck you receive through automatic deduction. There might be a delay between payroll deduction and 401k purchase (mine is usually about 2 week difference).

Since your 401k is most likely all mutual funds, and mutual funds have exchange symbols (like stocks), then you could enter all the information and track it yourself. You just have to know on what days your purchases are made every month, when dividends/reinvestments are acknowledged, etc etc.

Odds are your 401k company has an online service. I have Fidelity, and I can login and see my account balance, transaction history, vesting status, etc. I would save yourself the time and see if your 401k has an online service available. Otherwise, I would settle for the quarterly statements they send you.

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