4 useable sub accounts maximum.

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Feb 16 08:53:56 EST 2006

USB isn't valid for a commodity (stock/mutual-fund) account.  The
new hierarchy druid has a bug that it allows you to create such an
account.  Click the 'new commodity' button and create a new one
for your accounts.


Quoting matt <matt2790 at sbcglobal.net>:

> I have set up my 401K in a retirement account, when creating the 
> account the druid gave me 4 sub accounts which I can use and rename 
> as needed. I have 8 sub accounts in my 401K plan. When trying to 
> create new accounts I run into a problem with the commodity field. If 
> I choose stock or mutual fund for the account type, the commodity 
> field goes blank. In the other sub accounts created by the druid the 
> commodity is set to AMEX and USD as the currency, but in my account I 
> am trying to create, choosing AMEX does not give any options in the 
> currency field. All I really need is 8 accounts that are purchased in 
> shares. Has anyone else experienced this? and what would be a 
> workaround?
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