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If the problem is total cost basis and not just per-share, I don't know what's going on.

It appears to be the total cost basis, which is listed at half what I paid. There's been no split that I know of (and I only bought the shares 5/24). I did own the stock (OPLK) in 2005, when it did a reverse 1-7 split, but I can't imagine that caused the problem now -- could it?

I just tried deleting the transaction, then entering all information except for the share price, which I let Quicken calculate. No change. :(

If this keeps up, I may have to delete the security entirely ... I wonder if buying the latest version of Quicken might help?

thanks for the advice,
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