Well I just played with one of my Vanguard mutual funds and can get it to "not update".Basically what seems to be common is that for both Fidelity and Vanguard they have yet to update their prices for the mutual funds today.The difference is that Vanguard doesn't send a price for today.Whereas Fidelity sends a price and date, but it is for yesterday.It has never been like this in many, many years. A first today!That means that when when I do One Setup Update with both the financial institutions and the downloading of quotes on, the Vanguard ones get the prices from the downloaded quote service, and Fidelity gets the "yesterday one" sent by Fidelity.Is suspect when the brokers really do send out their prices they show right in Quicken.Disagree. As mentioned, ALWAYS worked by 4PM PST every day. For years!But at any case it seems that Quicken Inc will need to rethink this to work around Fidelity's problem (most likely there will be other brokers doing the same thing). It is highly unlikely that Fidelity will fix their problem.
What needs to happen is Quicken Inc has to find what was removed from this flow and put it back to again cover up these financial institution's mistakes.In the mean time the user can workaround this problem by using the Update button on the Investment tab after they do a One Step Update.
Edited: When I installed old patches to check out where this was introduced I had to go back to R26.23.But personally given all the other changes they have made and such, I would just live with hitting the Update button on the Investing tab -> Portfolio view until they fix it.
Do Quicken know that it has to be fixed? Are they connected to this discussion? Sorry I'm new to these fora.