Incorrect Cost Per Share with Decimals
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When tracking crypto currencies, shares are often in decimals (.01, etc.). Quicken does not properly calculate the average cost per share when shares are decimals.
For example: .255997 of a bitcoin at Quote Price $8,322.3229 gives a result of $32,631.944906 average cost per share.
This is simple grade school math so Quicken hopefully fixes this ASAP.
For example: .255997 of a bitcoin at Quote Price $8,322.3229 gives a result of $32,631.944906 average cost per share.
This is simple grade school math so Quicken hopefully fixes this ASAP.
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Maybe you are not entering the right amount in the right spot. Maybe it thinks that the .255997 (25%) of a share is $8,322 which would make a whole share be $32,000.0

Where are you seeing this?
It is extremely common to have fractional shares, if it was messed up there would be a ton of complaints, which there aren't.
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