Portfolio view. Dividend Yield based on market price pointless; Need actual dividend yield

asdfasd Member
edited April 2023 in Investing (Windows)
  1. There's really very little point to seeing dividend yield based on current price in this view. You can look up DY on any stock you are interested in online.
  2. What makes more sense is to see the actual dividend yield based on your cost basis. That's more appropriate for this view.
  3. Further, Dividend reported is whacked. I hold IBM stock in two forms (certificate 1 share, investor purchase plan hundreds of shares). Portfolio view shows them both with like $8K.

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