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Will quicken ever be able to track cost basis for stock options correctly?

Options that are exercised do not reflect the proper cost basis for the transaction, resulting in a schedule D that is incorrect. The whole way quicken handles stock options is inadequate. It is misleading to state that you have an investment feature when your documentation states that the schedule D generated can't be relied on.

How can I see the lots associated with a particular option exercise? How do I show the correct gain/loss if an option is exercised and a wash sale occurs? How do I track wash sales?

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