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Postby cbenenax » Tue Jun 13, 2017 4:00 pm

Why might the investment SPH appear in the report below? You can see that it has a zero share balance (last shares were sold in Februrary, report is for June 13) and I have set the preferences to not display investments with zero balances over the entire range (although I get the same result if I just specify the end date). I have lots of other investments with zero shares and they are correctly hidden.

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Postby Mark » Tue Jun 13, 2017 6:25 pm

Hi cbenenax,

If you look at the share balance in the bottom/right of the Data Register does it show you own 0.000000 shares, or maybe there is some small fractional share remaining? You must own 0 shares, out to 6 decimal places to be considered 0 shares.

If you do own some small shares, you can turn up the share digit display to see which transaction(s) are responsible in the Data Register. See "Options / Preferences... / Display".
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