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Something is obviously wonky somewhere.

I would try this:

From the Investing Tab double click your MCHP holding to open a Security Detail View for it. Then click the Security Report (upper right next to ?mark) for it. That should give you ALL the Quicken transactions recorded for MCHP, whether D/L or manually entered. From there you can review them for completeness & accuracy to your brokerage (or DRIP) transactions.

And see Draggon's reply on Q board: CIL/Partial share is the same thing & you only count it once & that partial share needs to be removed. If it is a large block that sound like a duplicate entry somehow. If so, it should show up in the security report. Review carefully, check for slight name difference, e.g. - XYZ Corp vs XYX Inc, etc.

The only thing I let Quicken download are quotes & investment information (news). That way any mistakes are mine and much easier to find when reconciling than any of Quicken's mishandling of transactions. YMMV.

Good luck.
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