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Anyone Recommend Free Portfolio Tracking App?

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I have a range of shares, cash and funds, and would like to track their performance... i.e. total value over time. Is there a decent (free) app that would do that for me? I don't need anything fancy... literally just value of each share over time, plus total vakue of holdings over time. Plus of course ability to add remove shares on given dates.

Hope that makes sense!

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I used to use Hargreaves Lansdown's online tools.

Then I graduated to a spreadsheet, which offers a richer feature set: specifically it helps me keep a full record of dividends and taxes, as well as simple costs and values. Main glitch there is using a Yahoo feed for market data: it tends to throw an awful lot more wobblies than HL, Google, or even the BBC business pages.

'twas just recently I hit my unofficial financial target for the year: dividend income in excess of the rent[1]. The spreadsheet helps watch my progress through the year towards that, and where I am relative to the target bearing in mind that whereas rent is a constant monthly payment, dividends are a lumpy income stream!

[1] That's paid and declared, so it's (ballpark) ten rather than nine months worth so far this year.

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Old topic but MSN money is free and it certainly does this with equities under the watchlist tab.

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