52-week high


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Jim Orson

Q2007 Deluxe R5: I have an investment account with several mutual funds in
it. I have been doing one step updates successfully for this account for
years. In Investment Center, Portfolio View, one of the funds has a block
green arrow with an "H" inside it next to the name. Hovering over this
arrow indicates it means 52-week high. I have been seeing this arrow every
single day for several weeks now. Certainly not every day has been a
52-week high. In fact, the last actual 52-week high was probably a week
ago. My questions are "what actually does the green arrow mean?" and "is it
working correctly as I describe it?" Thanks for any help.

Jim...
 
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John Pollard

Jim said:
Q2007 Deluxe R5: I have an investment account with
several mutual funds in it. I have been doing one step
updates successfully for this account for years. In
Investment Center, Portfolio View, one of the funds has a
block green arrow with an "H" inside it next to the name.
Hovering over this arrow indicates it means 52-week high.
I have been seeing this arrow every single day for
several weeks now. Certainly not every day has been a
52-week high. In fact, the last actual 52-week high was
probably a week ago. My questions are "what actually
does the green arrow mean?" and "is it working correctly
as I describe it?"
Did you check your Alert setup to see how long you've told
Quicken to keep the alert?
 
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Jim Orson

John Pollard said:
Did you check your Alert setup to see how long you've told
Quicken to keep the alert?
John,
Well, I found the answer just before I read your response this morning. A
few months ago I disabled/deactivated/deleted my Quicken.com account. Now I
know that the 52-week high alert that I had been seeing was an old alert
that was left over from Quicken.com. I reactivated Quicken.com and the
alert disappeared. Thanks for taking time to respond.
Jim...
 

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