Re: European investor to Stockpoint
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Posted by Hans ten Wolde on June 02, 2000 at 16:28:10:
In Reply to: Re: European investor to Stockpoint posted by Erald de Hoog on June 02, 2000 at 11:59:50:
: : : Checked out this server with my complete (mainly dutch) portofolio and all in which I have been investing in the past and found all of them (total 48 funds) This server seems to be a very good replacement for the european investor.
: : : Hope to have it active soon in FM.
: : : Just pity I can not find funds listed on the german market (4 funds) which were on the european server. (XET)
: : : Is there any way to use more then one server to retrieve from? This would probably solve some of these problems.
: : Hi Erald,
: : Thanks for the feedback on Stockpoint. It seems to be the best
: : replacement we've found so far. You can use as many of the different
: : quote servers as you would like. Portfolios memorize your quote server
: : preference, so you can set up a portfolio for each quote server that you
: : need to use in order to obtain all your quotes. For a list of all the
: : quote servers currently supported see:
: : http://www.fundmanagersoftware.com/intrtv.html
: : Thanks,
: : Mark
: : --
: : Mark Beiley
: : Fund Manager for Windows 3.1x/95/98/NT
: Hi Mark,
: yes I understand I can have a quote server per portofolio and thus use more quote servers, however as far as I see you can only have one portofolio open at the time and since I let it retrieve all de stack data scheduled it only retrieves it for the open portofolio. It could be I'm missing something somewhere, but I have only one portofolio with several stocks and like to monitor these all at the same time. What I meant was it would have been easier if you can define per stock which quote server should be used. (might be an hint:))
I have already asked this last week and have since found an easy way around this.
Set up several portfolios for each packet of shares. ( I use a different portfolio for all the shares listed on a different exchange.)
For each portfolio choose the most appropriate server.
Open all the portfolios by minimising them after opening, open Fundmanager again and then "open portfolio" in file to open each different one in turn.
When they are all open switch between them, ask each one to upload before connecting to the internet when they will all upload simultaneously.
I find that this is much faster then when I had them all in one portfolio.
The other advantage is that if one of the servers is not responding at least all the other shares will be updated. At the moment I have the problem that shares listed on the Amsterdam exchange can not be updated in Fundmanager until Mark has included stockpoint but at least all the shares listed in Frankfurt London and New York are up to date as I use different servers than European Investor which is not working at all.
By the way Mark, I look forward to having Stockpoint working soon.
With kind regards
Hans ten Wolde