I know how to add a $$CASH position in my portfolio, but if I put in say $100 and the Cost Basis as $1 it does not show a gain of $99, which it should. I can leave the Cost Basis empty and in that case it should not calculate a gain. But if I did some other transactions and want to show a gain of cash only, and include that in my Total Gain % in my portfolio, it is not currently possible. Unless I am mistaken, please let me know.
I realize that's how it works now, but it used to work in the old Yahoo Portfolios. If you put nothing in on the Cost basis, then yes, it's just a static cash position. But if you put in a Cost Basis, then in the old Portfolios it would include that gain in Total Change and then use it to calculate the overall portfolio pecentage gain.
Makes sense, no? If it Costs you $1 and now it's $100 you should have a $99 Gain.
Otherwise if you want to show some gains or losses after selling a position, how do you do it? I like to keep a running total of gains/losses so I can see overall performance over the year.
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