Keep track of the Stock value variance

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Re: Keep track of the Stock value variance

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sorry that you have to wait a while since every boy is busy on v1.1.1 release.

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guanlisheng wrote:sorry that you have to wait a while since every boy is busy on v1.1.1 release.
Not a problem. I'll wait curious for the new features

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Re: Keep track of the Stock value variance

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It seems I was able to build the code even if just after using current latest wxWidgets version libraries.
Should I be able with it to use the new Stock value history or have I to execute also some SQL statements to change the database structure?

Obviously I saw that creating a new database I get the new feature, but I'm asking how  to have it  using an old one.

UPDATE: I saw the new table and related index and created them manually in my usual database. It seems working fine but I did only few simple tests currently

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Re: Keep track of the Stock value variance

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we have posted a alpha release to include what you wanted.
https://github.com/moneymanagerex/moneymanagerex/releases

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Re: Keep track of the Stock value variance

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I'm already using it and I'm quite satisfied, but I'd suggest to implement the option to buy stocks by using a bank account money and to sell stocks transferring the amount directly to a bank account.

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I do think it does make senses but we still think more before the action.



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Re: Keep track of the Stock value variance

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Hi, stock account transfer only effect the initial balance by [+/-]. It's simple and straight forward.

link: https://github.com/moneymanagerex/money ... issues/326

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guanlisheng wrote:Hi, stock account transfer only effect the initial balance by [+/-]. It's simple and straight forward.

link: https://github.com/moneymanagerex/money ... issues/326
It could be useful to have a better reporting of account trends because otherwise it seems I gained so much money as of for stock sold that's not the reality.

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I think we already have one for account trending

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guanlisheng wrote:I think we already have one for account trending
Yes, but if I sold some stocks and deposit the amount in a bank account it seems I gained the same amount.

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