filipegiusti at gmail.com
Thu Oct 20 07:52:42 EDT 2016
I had a look at it. What I need is a difference between the values of an
Advanced Portfolio report today and another one with a date in the past.
I need to get the performance of my stocks for the last 30 days, so I get a
feeling on how I'm doing and what I should change.
Any ideas? Nobody else is tracking investments in GnuCash?
Filipe Vernetti Giusti
2016-10-20 7:13 GMT-02:00 David T. <sunfish62 at yahoo.com>:
> Although it is not perfect, you might look at the Advanced Portfolio
> On Thu, Oct 20, 2016 at 7:56, Filipe Giusti
> <filipegiusti at gmail.com> wrote:
> is there a way to get the report of an account and all sub-accounts
> performance in a period of time? Something like:
> 1/1/2000 | 2/1/2000 | Amount Increase | Relative Increase
> $100 $103 $3 3%
> It should work for assets, bank, funds, stock accounts.
> My goal is to understand how my investment assets are performing monthly as
> a whole and individually.
> Filipe Vernetti Giusti
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