stock price broken

Jay Ridgley jridgley2 at
Wed Jan 12 20:08:02 EST 2011

brad wrote:
> On Wed, 2011-01-12 at 10:36 -0500, Derek Atkins wrote:
>> brad <bradhaack at> writes:
>>> On Wed, 2011-01-12 at 10:01 -0500, Derek Atkins wrote:
>>>> brad <bradhaack at> writes:
>>>>>>>>> Transactions that were OK are now unbalanced 
>>>>>>>>> Example, from transaction register showing split
>>>>>>>>> 1st split line, stockAcct  shares=10 Price=1 buy=10
>>>>>>>>> 2nd line:       fundingAcct sell=100
>>>>>>>>> 3rd line: nothing in the Account field,  price=1, Buy=90
>>>> [snip]
>>>>> That's one of the 1st things I checked, & it is using the correct
>>>>> security.
>>>> Just out of curiousity, what happens if you try to adjust it again?
>>>> What happens if you modify two of the three entries (shares/price/buy)?
>>>> -derek
>>> I can change shares or buy, but price is always forced to 1.  I did file
>>> a bug report, 
>> Price being forced to 1 really seems to imply that the Stock Account
>> Commodity is a currency and not a stock.  Can you please recheck that
>> and supply a screen shot of the associated Account Edit window?
>> -derek
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  I just looked at Brad's latest post, I believe that FEMKX should be identified 
as a fund and not a stock. I have a number of mutual funds and they work fine. I 
also have several stocks which also work correctly.

Try selecting Mutual Fund and see what happens.

Hope this helps.



Jay Ridgley
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