Re: Min/max values
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Posted by Mark on April 30, 2001 at 18:10:10:
In Reply to: Min/max values posted by Doug Frisbie on April 30, 2001 at 17:15:08:
: I looked over the old messages to see if this had been covered but couldn't find it. Hope I didn't miss something that's been explained.
: The autoscale function displays bonds and low-beta stocks to look much like high beta stocks. I'm looking for a way to show all securities in a particular portfolio in the same light such that the volatile stocks stand out. For example, have the max be 50% above each stock's average and the min be 50% below for all stocks in the portfolio (for the date range specified). I can, of course, do this manually with a calculator, but would prefer to push a button. It seems that this would be a common enough request, such that the program already does it and I just haven't run across the capability.
: Is there a way to do it? Hope this makes sense to others.
There is no feature like you're describing, but it is something we hope
to add in a future version.
Fund Manager, portfolio management software for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/00