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Effects on execution speed, if any, of Stock Splits that may be missing
My Quicken Premier (QDF file of 226,000 KB) runs slowly. I have performed almost all of the tasks listed in last month's FAQ "Troubleshooting 101". I say "almost" because I have not corrected the stock splits. The validation and super validation reports state QDF: no errors; QEL: the old file was corrupt and only some of the data has been recovered; QEL: All internal consistency checks passed; and then there is a list of roughly 50 instances beginning in 2007 of stock splits that may be missing. The split entries are indeed missing, but the numbers of shares are correct because over the years I added and removed shares instead of using the split. My question is: could my lack of entering "stock splits" explain why Quicken appears to run too slowly in the sense of taking much time when I switch from one investment account to another? I have also trimmed the number of memorized payees. Thank you in advance.
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