When you update Quicken transactions using the One Step Update, you can update your portfolio on Investing. However, it may be necessary for you to select the investment accounts you'd like to sync first.You can use the Quicken One Step Update to view your portfolio accounts on
The Tracker has many updated features, including the With the rollout of our redesigned website, we have a new USA TODAY Money Portfolio Tracker to help you track your stocks, mutual funds and ETFs in real time.
GO HERE TO SIGN UP: It's free Also available: Free Portfolio Tracker apps for i Phone and for Android. The Portfolio Tracker allows you to automatically pull your investments into a single dashboard, giving you a real-time view of your stocks, mutual funds, ETFs, and options.
If you have a Portfolio created on our website before Sept. But we will be shutting it down because we believe the new Portfolio Tracker is superior in so many ways.
We hope by then you will have moved your account to the new USA TODAY Money Portfolio Tracker.
The new Tracker has many updated features, including the ability to automatically pull in information from your brokerage accounts if you wish, and to deliver a customized, automated analysis of your holdings.
It is powered by Sig Fig, a leader in online investment tracking and advice technology.
We hope you will try the new tool, which can be found by scrolling down the Money page of our new website, or by going directly to: portfoliotracker.
If you don't have a portfolio, you can simply create a Watchlist of stocks and funds to keep an eye on.
And if you want to set up the tracker manually and not link directly to your brokerage accounts, you can do that, too.
You can also just sign up to receive a daily e-mail with closing prices of your stocks, mutual funds and ETFs.
Like our previous USA TODAY Portfolios, the new services are all free. Questions and Answers about USATODAY.com's old and new Portfolios Q: Why are you making this change?