Fidelity - Stock from Reinvested Dividends go to Cash Management not Brokerage Account
I have Quicken 2016 for Windows. I have a new Fidelity Brokerage Account and have successfully moved all stocks from my prior brokerage. When I set up the Fidelity brokerage account, Quicken automatically created a Cash management account.
When I update the stock prices all works as intended -- stocks prices are updated, and cash dividends go into the cash management account. So far so good. Now the problem.
When a mutual fund gave a reinvested dividend, the dividend and its automatically purchased stock showed up in the cash management account, not the brokerage account. So now I have some mutual fund stock in the brokerage account, and some in the cash management account. This seems an odd behavior. Of course, I can manually transfer the stock purchased from the reinvested dividend from the cash management account to the brokerage account, but that is a hassle if you have frequent reinvested dividends.
Did I miss something in setup of the account or is this the designed behavior?
Thanks for reading!