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The Return (%) columns in the Portfolio views are driven by data downloaded from Quicken's quote provider and are not affected by your transactions. I think you are looking for the ROI (%) column. Fo… (View Post)1
You can install Quicken on both systems, only one subscription is required. When you are ready to move from one location to the other, make a backup of your active data file. You can save it on a thu… (View Post)2
BTW your formula is essentially what Quicken uses for the ROI (%) column in the Portfolio views (View Post)1
Quicken's calculation is the IRR or internal rate of return. It is the equivalent of the annual interest rate a savings account would have to have to match the return of the selected account or secur… (View Post)1
I think the 5 transaction limit they are referring to is the area of the view that is partially hidden by the dropdown in your screenshot. This shows all the transactions for the security, regardless… (View Post)2