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Quicken calculation of shares based on today's closing price
I believe Quicken used to allow a person to enter a mutual fund transaction date, funding source, security, and amount. It would then calculate the shares based on that dates closing costs (or the most recent on file). Quicken Premier Windows 2016 14.1 forces you to enter apparently all 3--shares, price, and amount. I thought at most 2 of 3 were required and under some scenarios it would use the dates closing price. Am I dreaming?
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