“Reports” from on-line tools are usually in the form of views, some printer-friendly.
However, for many investors, on-line portfolio managers can be a simple and inexpensive way to keep tabs on portfolio performance on a day-to-day basis.
No matter what type of investor you are, keeping an eye on your investments is always a priority.
Thankfully, websites devoted to this task are continually offering more powerful portfolio management tools to help you do just that.
Still using Microsoft Money but tired of manually entering quote/price information? Hi, I’m Dan and I'm a former Microsoft employee who worked on the Microsoft Money product and MSN Money website for almost a decade (1999 – 2009).
I was the software developer who built the Portfolio Manager for both products, worked on the quote services that powered them, and in 2009 built the Money-to-Quicken Converter for Intuit.
This template provides a web query set up to access the above MSN data source.
While many of these sites are free after registration, some charge reasonable subscription fees for advanced functions.It follows nearly the same logic as the original Money code in terms of updating this information, and includes data such as last, change, open, high, low, 52 week high, 52 week low, PE, market cap and volume.It also handles pounds to pence price conversions for you UK users.This Comparison article examines the top online portfolio tracking websites for individual investors.The focus here is on everyday investors and not on power traders or institutional investors, so top sites in this category should have a good balance of power and functionality, along with a reasonable price tag.