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Re: Different gain/loss% shown on graph vs. performance window

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Posted by Mike on November 11, 2000 at 22:28:53:

In Reply to: Re: Different gain/loss% shown on graph vs. performance window posted by Mark on November 11, 2000 at 10:09:19:

: : On one investment only, the gain/loss% on the upper left of graph is wrong. It is shown correctly in the investment performance report. All other investments are just fine. The upper left graph calc. shows (-85.26) but the end of the graph line is clearly much higher than the beginning. I have reviewed all prices and their doesn't seem to be any wrong entries. Also I have reviewed "all transactions" for a bad entry. I'm stumped because like I say, it is only on one investment. All other investments in the portfolio seem to be just fine and other portfolios are fine. P.S. This is not a matter of date range, I already double checked that.

: Hi Mike,
: You mention this # (-85.26) is in the upper left? Is this in the graph
: legend? If so, this is the change from the day prior, not the beginning
: of the graph.

: If this isn't the case you can e-mail us the investment along with
: instructions on how to see what you're describing.

: Thanks,
: Mark

Well of course, I can see that now. I guess I probably should not have been so quick to post without a little closer scrutiny. Oh well, I am a newbie, just a few hours under my belt. May I say that just with what little drilling down I have done that it is readily apparent that this is one INCREDIBLE software program. This seems to be exactly what I have been looking for, very user friendly and well laid out. Suitable for investors at any level of sophistication with more available tools than anything else I have seen. I can grow into this for some time to come and just have a ball. I can't wait to get started on moving averages. Needless to say I think you can count on registration and also referrals to friends. Mike
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