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First, i want to say i finally switched from MS Money to Quicken Premier 2006, and life is so much better. Quicken is a much smarter program. I wish i had done it earlier.

Second, this board has been tremendously helpful. I've gotten at least a half dozen questions answered by reading them. So thanks for all the Quicken masters out there sharing your wisdom.

Now, here's my question:

If i want to track my portfolio by "classes" of my own choosing, such as Biotechs, Tech, Retail, Financial, etc ... can I do that?

I'm less interested in targeted my asset allocation by big-cap or small-cap. I'm more interested to determine if I'm overweighted in, say, Biotech.

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