Why does my portfolio value display as N/A?
If your portfolio consists of investments in different currencies, turn on "View / Exchange Rate
Adjusted" to see the portfolio value displayed in your default currency.
If turning on "View / Exchange Rate Adjusted" still results in
N/A values, make sure any "exchange rate" type investments and any
investments assigned as exchange rates under "Options / Currency
Settings..." are assigned to the top-most/default currency. See
By default, Fund Manager will not sum values from different currencies.
When the "Exchange Rate Adjusted" option is off, and an object
combines values from multiple currencies, N/A will be reported. For
example, a portfolio value will be N/A if that portfolio contains
investments using more than 1 currency and the exchange rate adjusted
option is off.
If you prefer to allow combining values from different currencies, you can turn on the option:
"Options / General Preferences... / Other / Allow Summing Values from Different Currencies".
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