Stock Value Report....Where is it?
jltindia at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 24 13:55:25 EDT 2005
Thanks a ton Beth
it works exactly the way you said.
Could this be added to the doc so that other users may
PS I saw Derek's mail before yours. so sorry for the
--- Beth Leonard <beth at oasis.slimy.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 22, 2005 at 07:40:20PM -0700, Dj wrote:
> > But as soon as I moved to the next section (8.5.5)
> > Making Stock Value Reports I could not figure out
> > where I could find this option. I am using gnucash
> > 1.8.11 on Fedora Core 3. gnucash was installed
> > the Fedora update servers
> I believe the report you are looking for is:
> Reports -> Assets & Liabilities -> Asset Barchart
> If you set up your accounts as they did in the
> you will need to change the options for the report,
> under the "Accounts" tab you will need to change it
> to "Show Accounts until level " so that it will
> display the stocks.
> Other pitfalls I've hit: If you bought the stocks a
> time ago and tried to enter the initial date in 4
> digit year format (i.e. 1998 vs 98), double check
> the '98' was recorded, not '19'. If gnucash thought
> bought the stock in the future (2019), it won't show
> up in
> the report.
> If you do not yet have much history in the price
> editor of
> the prices, you'll want to use "nearest in time" as
> Price Source in the General tab of the options for
> report, otherwise the bars won't look right.
> Let me know if this works for you or you have any
> problems with it.
> + Beth Leonard
> + O say, does that star-spangled banner yet
> wave +
> + O'er the land of the free and the home of
> the brave? +
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