Can you input prices for securities manually?

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Janet VanDuyn

25 Aug, 2016 03:39 AM

I have some securities that are structured notes, not traded on any exchange on a regular basis and they don't really have ticker symbols as such. However the prices do change and I would like to track this. In Quicken (which I am laboriously changing over from) there was the ability to manually input a security's price. Is there any way to do this in Moneydance? If not it would be a shame as otherwise there is no way to see how these alternative investments are performing within the program.

Jan VanDuyn

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  1. Archive - Changing the "As Of" date in the Security Price Entry Extension

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    The extension requires dates be entered in a very specific format, which is the three letter month abbreviation, the day, and the four digit year, for example "Nov 1, 2013".

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