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Old 08-26-2010, 06:44 AM   #1
Pearlseattle
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Portfolio manager for Linux?


Hello

I wonder if there is any app that I could use to manage my portfolio, in Linux.
Something I could use mainly with stocks, funds and metals. It would be great if the tool would support transformations like (reverse) splits, computation of current value, etc... .
Fantastic if it would be able to get at least some quotes (USA, Europe, Asia) directly from the Internet.
I want a GUI.

Until now I was using Calc in OpenOffice... .

Any clue if anything like that exists? I was searching a bit in Google but didn't see anything interesting... .

Thank you
 
Old 08-26-2010, 06:53 AM   #2
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Hello,

Have a look at GnuCash, I'm sure you'll find it to your likings. I use it for personal accounting but according to the website:
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Lets take a look at who the current and potential future users of GnuCash are, and how they might use it. The classes:
Basic Household Accounting/Budgeting
Personal Stock Portfolio Management
Personal On-line Trading (Day-Trading)
On-line shopping and bill-pay
Small Business Users
Hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Eric
 
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Thank you!
I ended up using a combination of GnuCash and Google Finance.
 
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