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Posted by Mark on December 15, 2000 at 07:47:43:
In Reply to: FDRXX posted by HarryH on December 14, 2000 at 16:28:28:
: This is Fidelity Cash Reserve, a money market fund. For the last few days, Yahoo has been reporting its NAV as being over $6. I know how to correct this each day for purposes of my reports but how do we wake up Yahoo to get it right?
Yahoo reports the 7 day yield as the price for money market investments.
Since you normally keep the price of a money market at a fixed $1, just
go into "Investment Properties.../Other" and turn off "Internet Retrieve
Updates Price" for this investment. By default, cash type investments have
this option turned off, but if you created it as a mutual fund or created
it with an old version of Fund Manager that would have caused this option to
Fund Manager for Windows 3.1x/95/98/NT