Share Trader


M

Max

My company trades in shares. I cannot see how I can easily use QB to keep
tabs on the ebb and flow of the transations. Currently i put each share into
the General Ledger under Shares at Cost as a Other Current Asset.
So.
Shares at Cost
ADR
ALK
ASC
etc
When the parcel is sold the item is zero and the profit/loss transferred to
the relevant item - Capital Gain/Loss

it's kinda messy and if anyone has any ideas i would be grateful

salud

Max
 
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General-purpose basic bookkeeping programs like QB are not good for your purpose. If you must persist, consider treating each stock as an Inventory Item. Otherwise switch to a program that is designed for this purpose.
 
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Allan Martin

Use Quicken to track investment transactions.



General-purpose basic bookkeeping programs like QB are not good for your
purpose. If you must persist, consider treating each stock as an Inventory
Item. Otherwise switch to a program that is designed for this purpose.
 

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