Crazy values in Current Price don't align with historical prices

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08 Jan, 2017 08:40 AM

When I started using Moneydance to manage stock investments in June 2016, the Quotes and Exchange Rates extension worked well. Now, in the last weeks-couple of months (can't pinpoint when), the updated quotes haven't been correctly setting the "Current Price" field in each stock. I've attached an example screenshot showing that I have one share of Amazon (AMZN) which has its prices correctly downloaded by the extension as shown, but the Current Price is set to a super-strange US$383.92. What's happening and how do I fix it, other than manually changing the price of every security on every update?

In the example I've shown here, I've just zeroed out all of the historical prices and the current price, and redownloaded both successfully using the Quotes and Exchange Rates extension. The window shows the result - seemingly reasonable historical prices but the Current Price is just so weird. It doesn't correspond to NZD-USD so I don't know where this is coming from.

My base currency is NZD, I'm running MD 2017 (1584) on a Mac 10.12.2, and I sync this file to multiple other devices (other family computers and phones).

  1. 1 Posted by krlatkinson on 01 Feb, 2017 08:24 AM

    krlatkinson's Avatar

    This seems to have resolved itself. Very weird indeed.

  2. krlatkinson closed this discussion on 01 Feb, 2017 08:24 AM.

  3. Tom Freeman re-opened this discussion on 09 Mar, 2017 07:42 PM

  4. 2 Posted by Tom Freeman on 09 Mar, 2017 07:42 PM

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    It may be an issue with the information supplied by Yahoo.

    Also i recommend updating to the most current build from here:

    Tom Freeman
    Infinite Kind Support

  5. System closed this discussion on 08 Jun, 2017 07:50 PM.

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