Just released the latest alpha version of TakeStock 2 (a powerful, easy-to-use and completely free personal portfolio manager). Would appreciate any and all feedback, suggestions and bug reports. Thanks!
TakeStock's been around for 9 years now and is pretty stable. The rewrite moves the codebase from MFC to .NET and paves the way for some interesting technical analysis algorithms I've been tinkering with for a while.
Hum, did you know there are more than one currencies? This may well work fine for basic US investors, but within Europe a lot of people will hold portfolios priced in GBX/GBP, EUR, USD, etc.
I may well have a wee look at this.
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Because TS is currency agnostic (i.e. currency unaware), it's best to organize securities of similar currencies in separate portfolios. Support for currency exchange rates is planned for a future release once I'm able to identify requirements. Would appreciate it if you took the TS2 survey (link at the TS2 site) - the survey is anonymous and allows you to suggest changes and new features.