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Investing Activity The Investing Activity area summarizes the activity in the account by quarter and provides capital gain (or loss) information. Menus and buttons in this area enable you to view various investment reports or your entire portfolio and to scroll through each year s recorded data. I discuss investing reports and Portfolio view in 12. Account Attachments The Account Attachments area enables you to attach
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An investment account s Value subtab (see Figure 10-3) displays three graphical representations of the account s performance. Each snapshot includes an Options menu and one or more buttons to view other graphs or reports.
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Figure 10-3 Here s an example of the Value subtab for a standard brokerage account.
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Account Value Vs. Cost Basis The Account Value Vs. Cost Basis graph uses bars to represent the account s value and a line to represent the cost of the securities. Ideally, the line should be below the tops of the bars, indicating that the securities cost less than they re worth. Asset Allocation The Asset Allocation chart displays the distribution of your
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Transactions View
An investment account s Transactions List (see Figures 10-1 and 10-4) displays the transactions that have been entered for the account, along with the current cash balance. You can click a transaction to display Edit and Delete buttons for it; Edit enables you to modify the transaction, and Delete enables you to delete it. You can also use buttons at the top of the window to enter transactions and, if the account is set up for online account access, to download transactions from your financial institution. I tell you more about online access in 11.
Figure 10-4 An investment account s Transactions List shows all of the transactions that have been entered into the account.
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Recording Investment Transactions
The most important part of properly tracking investments is recording all investment transactions. This includes purchases, sales, dividends, and other activity affecting your portfolio s value. Before you enter a transaction, you must have all of its details. In most cases, you can find the information you need on a confirmation form or receipt you receive from your broker or investment firm. The information varies depending on the transaction, but it generally should include the security name, transaction date, number of shares, price per share, and any commissions or fees. In this section, I provide some information and advice for entering the most common transactions into investment accounts.
Using the Investment Transaction Dialog
You enter transactions into an investment account with the investment transaction dialog. This dialog, which is named for the type of transaction you are entering, is a fill-in form with all the fields you need to enter transaction details. To open the investment transaction dialog, click the Enter Transactions button in the Transactions view for the account in which you want to enter the transaction (refer to Figures 10-1 and 10-4). It looks like the dialog shown here when you first open it:
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Investment Actions
To use the investment transaction dialog, you must begin by choosing a transaction type (or action) from the Enter Transaction drop-down list. There are dozens of action types organized into two categories: Investment Transactions and Cash Transactions.
Investment Transactions Investment transactions directly affect your security
or investment account balances:
Buy Shares Bought (shown earlier) enables you to add shares to an investment account. The cost of the shares (plus any commissions) is deducted from the account s cash balance (or another account s cash balance). Sell Shares Sold enables you to remove shares from an investment account. The proceeds from the sale (net of any commissions) are added to the account s cash balance (or another account s cash balance). Div Stock Dividend (Non Cash) enables you to add shares of a security paid as a dividend. Reinvest Income Reinvested enables you to account for investment income (such as dividends) that is reinvested in the security. This is common with dividend reinvestment plans and mutual funds. Inc Income (Div, Int, Etc.) enables you to record income from interest, dividends, and capital gain distributions. Add Shares Added enables you to add shares to an investment account without an exchange of cash. You might use this option to add shares received as a gift. Remove Shares Removed enables you to remove shares from an investment account without an exchange of cash. You might use this option to remove shares you have given to someone else as a gift. Adjust Share Balance enables you to create a placeholder entry transaction to make your share balance agree with your brokerage statement. You can enter cost information later, as discussed earlier in this chapter, in the section titled Working with Placeholder Entries. Stock Split enables you to record additional shares received as a result of a stock split. Return Of Capital enables you to record the return of part of your investment capital. Miscellaneous Expense enables you to record investment expenses other than commissions. Margin Interest Expense enables you to record the amount of interest paid as a result of purchasing securities on margin.
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