Fidelity Money Market not showing up in Quicken

Discussion in 'Quicken' started by MikeH, Jan 4, 2007.

  1. MikeH

    MikeH Guest

    Quicken 2007 Personal

    One of my Fidelity accounts has shares in a money market (FDRXX) This is
    NOT the core account. Interest payments/reinvestments show in the register
    and the present value of the money market shows up in the Online Center
    Balances tab. The value of this issue is not reflected anywhere else. All
    reports which should reflect this amount are short. Is there anything I
    need to do to have Quicken reflect the actual net worth of the account?
     
    MikeH, Jan 4, 2007
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  2. MikeH

    L Guest

    "MikeH" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Quicken 2007 Personal
    >
    > One of my Fidelity accounts has shares in a money market (FDRXX) This is
    > NOT the core account. Interest payments/reinvestments show in the
    > register and the present value of the money market shows up in the Online
    > Center Balances tab. The value of this issue is not reflected anywhere
    > else.


    It shows in the register and in the online balance.... where else would you
    expect to see it?

    > All reports which should reflect this amount are short.


    Examples, please.

    > Is there anything I need to do to have Quicken reflect the actual net
    > worth of the account?
    >

    I'm not sure what you are asking. You stated the register and online balance
    were correct. What do you want/need?
     
    L, Jan 4, 2007
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  3. MikeH

    Jim Jensen Guest

    "MikeH" <> wrote:
    > Quicken 2007 Personal
    >
    > One of my Fidelity accounts has shares in a money market (FDRXX)
    > This is NOT the core account. Interest payments/reinvestments show
    > in the register and the present value of the money market shows up in
    > the Online Center Balances tab. The value of this issue is not
    > reflected anywhere else. All reports which should reflect this
    > amount are short. Is there anything I need to do to have Quicken
    > reflect the actual net worth of the account?


    1. Make sure the security is showing up in your price history at $1.
    2. In the reports settings, Advanced tab, try playing with the "Include unrealized gains" check box.
     
    Jim Jensen, Jan 4, 2007
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  4. MikeH

    MikeH Guest

    The left panel, under "Investing Center" lists each account and its total
    value. The value of this account as shown does not reflect the money
    market. If, in the right panel, I show "Value" or "Recent Performance" or
    any other format that has a "Market Value" column, grouped by "Accounts",
    the total for the account excludes the money market. If I do the net worth
    report or any investment report that shows the value of the account they all
    exclude the money market.

    Only the transaction list (I called this the register) shows the
    reinvestment of interest each month. The Online Center balances has a field
    "networth" which includes the money market.

    "L" <> wrote in message
    news:XN6nh.3$...
    > "MikeH" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> Quicken 2007 Personal
    >>
    >> One of my Fidelity accounts has shares in a money market (FDRXX) This is
    >> NOT the core account. Interest payments/reinvestments show in the
    >> register and the present value of the money market shows up in the Online
    >> Center Balances tab. The value of this issue is not reflected anywhere
    >> else.

    >
    > It shows in the register and in the online balance.... where else would
    > you expect to see it?
    >
    >> All reports which should reflect this amount are short.

    >
    > Examples, please.
    >
    >> Is there anything I need to do to have Quicken reflect the actual net
    >> worth of the account?
    >>

    > I'm not sure what you are asking. You stated the register and online
    > balance were correct. What do you want/need?
    >
     
    MikeH, Jan 4, 2007
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  5. MikeH

    MikeH Guest

    I played with the "Include unrealized gains" check box (it had been set to
    include unrealized gains) and it had no effect.

    I just now discovered that if I high-light this Fidelity account under
    Investing Center in the left pane and select the summary tab in the right
    panel the money market IS included and the total Market Value for the
    account includes the money market. Nowhere else (except under Online Center
    balances) is the correct market value shown.

    The price history for the money market shows it constant at $1.

    I don't know if it is relevant but the core account is set up to show
    separately as a "checking account".

    "Jim Jensen" <> wrote in message
    news:vX8nh.28703$...
    "MikeH" <> wrote:
    > Quicken 2007 Personal
    >
    > One of my Fidelity accounts has shares in a money market (FDRXX)
    > This is NOT the core account. Interest payments/reinvestments show
    > in the register and the present value of the money market shows up in
    > the Online Center Balances tab. The value of this issue is not
    > reflected anywhere else. All reports which should reflect this
    > amount are short. Is there anything I need to do to have Quicken
    > reflect the actual net worth of the account?


    1. Make sure the security is showing up in your price history at $1.
    2. In the reports settings, Advanced tab, try playing with the "Include
    unrealized gains" check box.
     
    MikeH, Jan 4, 2007
    #5
  6. MikeH

    Jim Jensen Guest

    > news:vX8nh.28703$...
    > "MikeH" <> wrote:
    >> Quicken 2007 Personal
    >>
    >> One of my Fidelity accounts has shares in a money market (FDRXX)
    >> This is NOT the core account. Interest payments/reinvestments show
    >> in the register and the present value of the money market shows up in
    >> the Online Center Balances tab. The value of this issue is not
    >> reflected anywhere else. All reports which should reflect this
    >> amount are short. Is there anything I need to do to have Quicken
    >> reflect the actual net worth of the account?


    > 1. Make sure the security is showing up in your price history at $1.
    > 2. In the reports settings, Advanced tab, try playing with the
    > "Include unrealized gains" check box.


    > I played with the "Include unrealized gains" check box (it had been
    > set to include unrealized gains) and it had no effect.
    >
    > I just now discovered that if I high-light this Fidelity account under
    > Investing Center in the left pane and select the summary tab in the
    > right panel the money market IS included and the total Market Value
    > for the account includes the money market. Nowhere else (except
    > under Online Center balances) is the correct market value shown.
    >
    > The price history for the money market shows it constant at $1.
    >
    > I don't know if it is relevant but the core account is set up to show
    > separately as a "checking account".


    Have you looked at your report settings (Customize, Securities) to confirm FDRXX is
    checked? That's about all that comes to mind without actually seeing your data file.
     
    Jim Jensen, Jan 4, 2007
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  7. MikeH

    MikeH Guest

    FDRXX is checked in report settings. I discovered I had it hidden in the
    Security List but unhiding it did not resolve the problem.


    "Jim Jensen" <> wrote in message
    news:hjcnh.2425$...
    >> news:vX8nh.28703$...
    >> "MikeH" <> wrote:
    >>> Quicken 2007 Personal
    >>>
    >>> One of my Fidelity accounts has shares in a money market (FDRXX)
    >>> This is NOT the core account. Interest payments/reinvestments show
    >>> in the register and the present value of the money market shows up in
    >>> the Online Center Balances tab. The value of this issue is not
    >>> reflected anywhere else. All reports which should reflect this
    >>> amount are short. Is there anything I need to do to have Quicken
    >>> reflect the actual net worth of the account?

    >
    >> 1. Make sure the security is showing up in your price history at $1.
    >> 2. In the reports settings, Advanced tab, try playing with the
    >> "Include unrealized gains" check box.

    >
    >> I played with the "Include unrealized gains" check box (it had been
    >> set to include unrealized gains) and it had no effect.
    >>
    >> I just now discovered that if I high-light this Fidelity account under
    >> Investing Center in the left pane and select the summary tab in the
    >> right panel the money market IS included and the total Market Value
    >> for the account includes the money market. Nowhere else (except
    >> under Online Center balances) is the correct market value shown.
    >>
    >> The price history for the money market shows it constant at $1.
    >>
    >> I don't know if it is relevant but the core account is set up to show
    >> separately as a "checking account".

    >
    > Have you looked at your report settings (Customize, Securities) to confirm
    > FDRXX is checked? That's about all that comes to mind without actually
    > seeing your data file.
    >
    >
    >
     
    MikeH, Jan 4, 2007
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