We review Quicken 2017 For Mac and look at the new features, but honestly are still left with a lot to be desired in investment management.
Given it’s the middle of summer, I wanted to put together a quick actionable for you to take today. I’m calling it the 5 minute summer portfolio jumpstart. The goal of this quick exercise is to jumpstart your portfolio and make sure that you’re on the right track. For today’s jumpstart, I wanted to tackle […]
If you’re in college, right now is the probably the most difficult time of the year for your budget. I know it was my most difficult budget time, because I’d already spent the little money my parents gave me, I was working less because I needed to study and take quizzes, and I had already […]
Earlier this year I wrote about Wells Fargo’s new fees for Quicken users. I found out because I was charged for connecting my Quicken to my Wells Fargo checking account. You see, Quicken has two methods of connecting to a bank account: Web Connect (check balances and transactions only) Direct Connect (conduct online banking and […]
So on Saturday, I was checking out some new investing apps for my iPad, when I started using Wikinvest – a cool little app that lets you track your portfolio. Well, I input my information for my Wells Fargo PMA Account, and I got a warning that Wells Fargo may charge a fee for this. […]
Last week, I asked you how you are keeping track of your portfolio. There are so many options out there, from simple to extreme, that I thought it would be interesting to hear how real readers are tracking their investment performance. I put no stipulations, and even threw out a few suggestions. I found the […]
Finding the right investments can be hard, but so can tracking their performance over time. I’d really like to hear how you are tracking your investment portfolio. Are you using a software program like Quicken or MS Money? Do you use online apps like Mint or Adaptu? What about an online portfolio management site like […]
Over the weekend, I needed to purchase a lock for our side gate. I looked all over the house, and after searching for a few minutes, figured that we didn’t have one. I fired up the car, drove to the hardware store, spent $5.38 on a new lock, and came home. Yesterday, while looking in […]