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My vote, do what you want without worrying about it. Just be disciplined enough to punch your purchase info into a simple spreadsheet when you get your statement. All you really need to capture is the date, amount invested, and number of shares purchased.

Thanks FoolNBlue. Since I use Quicken to track all of this (and have for years), it should not be a big problem to keep everything in order and track all of the key data.

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