GOOG Class A 2014 Stock Split and Name Name Change to GOOGL

James W Rivers Jr
James W Rivers Jr Member ✭✭
edited October 2018 in Investing (Windows)
With the GOOG Class A Stock Split (1 for 1) and a Name change to GOGL on 10/5/2015, some how the resulting data lost the original GOOG Class A cost basis.  I just noticed that in Quicken 2018 R11.18 the cost basis shows as $0, but the original GOOG Class A cost basis was $578.08.  My Fidelity account shows the correct cost basis as $578.08.  How do I get the Quicken 2018 "Holdings" entry for GOOGL  changed to show the correct cost basis?

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