1. Amamba's Avatar
    What is everyone using ?

    I use Mint but it has no real investment tracking.

    Any software that's fairly full featured, easy to use and (preferably) has a PC version ?

    The features I am looking for are:

    • Automatic syncing with my banking, credit and investment accounts
    • Investment performance tracking - even the most basic form
    • (optional) budgeting
    • (optional) desktop or web app
    Last edited by Amamba; 03-20-2014 at 08:45 PM.
    03-20-2014 08:35 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    03-21-2014 07:29 AM
  3. Jaguarr40's Avatar
    Besides the links provided to you there are many to choose from now in the app store, Give that a sot as well.
    03-21-2014 09:11 AM
  4. Amamba's Avatar
    Thanks. Quicken doesn't seem to be too hotly received and can't be used offline. Check doesn't support investments. I may be mistaken but isn't Shwab app for use with Shwab accounts only ?

    Besides the links provided to you there are many to choose from now in the app store, Give that a sot as well.
    I did, before I asked this question. I was hoping for someone to say "here's what I use and that's why..."

    Anyway, here's what I use so far, and that's why... I use Mint. The biggest advantage is that it requires minimal maintenance ( at least when it works) that is, it automatically refreshes your transactions in background, automatically categorizes them, and alerts you on the upcoming bills and unusual or large transactions. It allows adding manual transactions, splitting existing transactions, and has Budgeting that may be useful to some. It has some cons as well, which is why I want to explore something different.

    1. It has no investment performance tracking on iPad side, and very basic on PC / web access side. That is, on iPad you can see your totals per account and the list of trades, but no real positions or any kind of performance reporting. On web, you can also see your positions, but that's about it, the performance reporting is minimal and often wrong.
    2. It has no balance forecasting for checking accounts.
    3. It has very very minimal reporting and whatever it does provide can't be customized, at least not on iPad side.
    4. You can't manually track a loan in it, at least I don't see how.
    5. Every now and then, an account sync misbehaves and needs to be fixed

    So, it's good for keeping track of your balances and basic understanding of your spending, but that's about it.

    Yodlee is another service, and I used it before Mint. However it became way too slow on web client, and it seems that it's paid iPad client is getting little love. So no reasons to switch.
    03-21-2014 12:21 PM
  5. Tony2255's Avatar
    I am also interested in this. Anyone have any input?

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    01-03-2015 10:03 AM

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