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Is it possible to show the investment "cash balance" instead of the "market value" for accounts list
I use Quicken for Mac 2017, running macOS Sierra, Version 10.12.6. I am extremely frustrated with my retirement accounts and how my account information is displayed on the account summary panel. I would like the "cash balance" of my retirement accounts to appear in the account summary panel on the left side of the accounts window, instead of the "market value" which is useless to me. I have three "retirement" accounts ... two with one broker through my employer, and another through an independent, local broker. I use the "Update Selected Online Account" feature to download information from the brokers to my Quicken for Mac account. For reasons I have yet to understand, the one account through my local, independent broker displays the "cash balance" on the summary account panel on the left side of the window. The other two accounts display the "market value" of my accounts, and not the "cash balance". I do not understand why this happens, because the "market value" amounts are useless to me ... in addition to rendering the information on the accounts summary panel useless, since my "net worth" is grossly understated. Does anyone else have this problem, because it appears to me to be a big oversight by the software engineers at Quicken?
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