The price at which the investment was purchased, calculated as Buy Price times Quantity.
Unit: Calendar Date
The earliest date on which you bought lots that are still held in your portfolio. A plus sign indicates that lots were purchased on more than one day. Note that for brokerage linked portfolios this date may or may not be accurate depending on the details shared by the brokerage.
The average price at which you purchased the stock, also called buy price or basis per share. This allows you track the gains in your portfolio.
The expected annual dividend income, calculated as Quantity times Dividend Per Share.
The percentage price appreciation of the investment, calculated as Value as a percent of Basis.This metric is updated live when markets are ]open.
The price appreciation of the investment in dollars, calculated as Value minus Basis.This metric is updated live when markets are ]open.
The gain in a portfolio position since the market opened, calculated as Price Change ($) times Quantity.This metric is updated live when markets are ]open.
The percent of the portfolio’s expected annual dividend income from this holding.
The percent of the Fund or ETF fees from this holding.
The number of shares owned.
The number of shares owned to 3 decimal places.
The current value of the investment, calculated as Price times Quantity. This is sometimes known as Market Value or Position Value.This metric is updated live when markets are ]open.
The holding’s percentage of the total portfolio value.This metric is updated live when markets are ]open.
The expected annual mutual fund or ETF fees based on the number of shares owned and the current Expense Ratio.
The dividend yield of the investment based on the original buy price instead of the current price.