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Graph Screen Shots

The following screen shots are intended to demonstrate a sample of the graphing and reporting capabilities of Fund Manager.  For more detailed report screen shots, see the report screen shots.  Fund Manager can display 45 different graph types, and 21 different report types.  One of the report types is a "Custom" report, with over 250 fields available for display.  To read more details on any graph or report type, see the documentation.
Graphs, Portfolio Editor, and a Report Window
There are 3 types of top level windows in Fund Manager: Graphs, Reports, and the Portfolio Editor.  You can have as many open windows as you wish.  Each open Graph and Report window can be set independently to display various data.  The Portfolio Editor window is for managing your sub-portfolios, and their included investments.  This example shows a Graph window displaying a "Stacked Value - Investment" graph.  It also shows the Portfolio Editor window in the middle.  The bottom window shown an example "Custom" report.  Fund Manager can generate a wide variety of reports.  All reports can be customized for the date range, colors, column widths, header text, column label text, and display options desired.  Resize report columns by simply clicking and dragging on the column divider in the report header.  Sort reports by any displayed column using the "Sort" menu.  Reports can be memorized, so you can easily re-create the same report with all of your desired settings.
Portfolio/Investment(s) Overlay Graph
Use this graph type to compare portfolios against investments.  In the above example the whole portfolio is being compared against the Dow and S&P 500 indices.  The actual value of the "My Portfolio" is being plotted, and the equivalents for the indices.  The indices are plotted as if you had invested the same amount at the same times into these indices, as you did your portfolio.  You can overlay multiple portfolios, and multiple investments.
Share Price + Distributions Overlay Graph
This graph type can overlay multiple investments on the same graph.  It plots the normalized share price plus distributions of each investment.  The normalizing value is the price on the beginning date of the graph.  This graph type is also available in the "share price" type.  All colors and fonts are user-definable.  The status bar displays help on the menu commands, current date, current time, graph date underneath cursor, and graph value underneath cursor.  In this example the cursor was over the Intel investment on 4/14/2008.  The white box on the Intel line on this date is the cursor snap box, which follows your cursor.
Share Price Summed with Distributions Graph
This graph type displays the share price summed with all distributions.  This allows Fund Manager to graphically display the true performance of investments when their share price is decreased due to distributions.  The round red circles on the graph are buy "markers".  The yellow X crosses are distribution markers.  The default shape/color for sell markers is a white triangle.  Note, split, alert, and un-specified lot markers are also available.  All colors, pen sizes, and marker sizes are fully customizable.  Settings are memorized on a portfolio basis.  The rectangle in this window is where the user is about to zoom in.  By left-clicking and dragging the mouse you can quickly zoom in on any area of the graph.  If the Shift key is also held down you can zoom in only the date dimension.  If Ctrl is held down the mouse zoom will only zoom in the value dimension.  Quick "un-zoom" commands are available as key bindings or menu commands.  The share price plus distributions and value on the ending graph date are displayed in the top left legend area of the graph.  The information displayed in the legend is user-adjustable.  The percentages along the right side of the graph label the percentage gain of the share price plus distributions since the beginning date of the graph.
Value and Cost Overlay Graph
This graph plots the value and the out of pocket cost to acquire that value on the same graph.  This allows you to quickly see whether you have gained or lost money, and how that difference is changing with time.  The plotted "cost" can either be for the full history of the investment, or only for the currently owned shares.  This example shows the cost for the full history.  Yields can be turned on, so that they are displayed across the top of each investment. The yield type is specified under the Options/Yields menu.  The 3 month, 6 month, 1 year, 2 year, 3 year, 5 year, 10 year, and yield for the term of the graph (gph) are all displayed.  Whether to annualize yields, and the length of the yield terms are all adjustable.  Yields may also be viewed in any of the yield reports.  This graph also shows the optional grid lines that can be turned on or off.  Their size and color can also be specified and saved.  This graph displays buy, sell, distribution, split, and note marker types.  The red circle markers indicate purchases, thus the increase in value and cost on these dates.  When the cursor passes over a marker the data for that marker is displayed in the status bar.  In this example the cursor was paused over the last buy marker (the cursor was not captured in the screen shot), so the associated data is shown in the status bar.
Volume/High/Low Graph
This screen shot shows the Volume/High/Low graph type.  This graph overlays vertical bars from low to high on the price line, and along the bottom the trading volume is graphed.  Fund Manager can display the vertical axis in either log or linear scale.  This graph has only the horizontal grid turned on.  The grid lines can be turned on/off independently.  The "Graphs" menu is also dropped down to show the available choices from this menu.  All graph types above the first separator are "Portfolio" based, and all those below are "Investment" based.  The graph is being displayed adjusted for splits.  This mode can be toggled on/off, so that the data can also be shown unadjusted for any splits.
Moving Average Overlay Graph
This graph type overlays the share price plus distributions with the moving averages of the same.  Up to 6 moving averages can be overlaid for any desired number of weeks.  There is also an equivalent overlay graph to overlay the moving average with the share price.  The values shown in the legend are for the ending graph date.  On 8/15/08 Disney had a closing price plus distributions of $ 33.67 (up 0.17 from 8/14/08), its 5 week moving average was $ 32.23 (up 0.13 from 8/14/08), and the 20 week moving average was $ 33.27 (up 0.02 from 8/14/08).  The toolbar is shown here with the option to display labels turned on.  Which toolbar buttons are displayed and their appearance can be customized.
Out of Pocket Share Cost and Share Price Overlay Graph
This graph overlays the share price (also called Net Asset Value) with the out of pocket cost for each share.  The out of pocket cost is calculated by adding all purchases, subtracting all redemptions, and subtracting all received distributions.  This sum is then divided by the total number of shares owned to obtain the out of pocket cost for each share.  The purchases only include out of pocket purchases, not reinvested distributions.  Likewise, the received distributions only include distributions paid to you in cash, not reinvested distributions.  This cost is not the same as the tax basis cost, but is intended to show the break even point on your investment.  This graph lets you quickly see at any point in time where your break even point is, and how much above/below the current price you are situated.  You can plot either the historical cost, or the cost of only your currently owned shares.  The legend on this graph type displays the ending date's share price and out of pocket cost.  The legends can be customized to display any desired data.
Technical Analysis Graph
This graph is an investment based graph that provides a variety of technical analysis indicators.  The technical analysis graph is available in the Professional and Advisor versions of Fund Manager.  [more info]
Pie Chart Graph
This graph shows a sample pie chart, where each pie segment represents the amount owned in each asset type.  The pie chart graph can be displayed with segments for each investment, symbol, asset type, investment goal, investment type, sub-portfolio, currency, or tax status.  The labels for your asset types and investment goals can be customized, so you can use these for a wide variety of tracking.  Each investment can be assigned in percentages to any number of asset types or investment goal categories.  Left mouse click on any pie slice to create a quick-zoom report showing the details of that pie slice.
Risk/Reward Scatter Plots
This graph is a scatter plot showing the return earned versus the risk taken for a variety of investments, plus the S&P 500 index.  Risk/Reward scatter plots are available for investments, asset types, investment goals, symbols, investment types, or sub-portfolios.  The risk/reward scatter plots are available in the Professional and Advisor versions of Fund Manager.  [more info]
Data Register and Buy/Sell Dialog
The Data Register allows the viewing/editing/entering/deleting of any type of transaction or price data.  The "Data Type" combo box selects whether to edit Prices/Investments/Distributions/Splits/Alerts, or subsets of each main data type.  The Data Register displays data for the selected investment from the "Investment" combination box.  This example shows selecting one transaction, and the Buy or Sell Transaction dialog box displayed when the "Edit" button is selected. By selecting "New..." instead, a new transaction could be recorded.  The data displayed in the Data Register can be sorted by clicking on a particular column header.  The column widths are resizable, and the order of the columns can be adjustable by dragging a column with your mouse.  The number of significant digits displayed in reports, graphs, and dialog boxes is adjustable.  For more, see the Data Register Tutorial.

Fund Manager has many more features than shown here.  For more screen shots, focusing on the reporting capabilities, see the report screen shots.  You can also download a copy to try out for free, and evaluate the program for yourself.  Once you've downloaded and installed Fund Manager take a few minutes to walk through the online tutorial. | Search | Site Map | About Us | Privacy Policy