How can Quicken help me determine the performance of two money market funds I own?
When the funds issue monthly earnings (whether they are interest or dividends is irrelevant for the purpose of my question, call it whatever you want just don't get caught up on this issue please!) and they get reinvested in the fund, Quicken downloads the dividends and correctly add the amount to my fund, (dividends is what the funds label the earnings in the reports they mail me by the way). The total gain is not calculated by Quicken which I understand, being that dividends aren't considered capital gains. But so here is my problem: One fund has better dividends that the other but I can't figure out where does Quicken tells me which fund is doing better. Does Quicken have a way to determine which Money Market fund performs better? Can Quicken give me the performance of a Money Market Fund?
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