I have a brokerage account with Fidelity that is set up to automatically download from the institution all activities. These are automatically updated in Quicken. I started the account with cash, then proceeded to buy different Stocks. Quicken automatically added each Stock as a security which is nice. The first issue I noticed, after 6-8 months is that the monthly statements don't match with what is automatically downloaded as far as Security Totals and Cash Balance Totals.
I corrected the Cash balance by simply adding (Action) XOut. This corrected the cash balance but the total is still off due to the Securities Value. All the individual transactions for each security is accurately entered (they downloaded correctly), but the total at the bottom of Quicken is still off a bit.
How can this be corrected? I'm wondering if, somewhere in Quicken, there is a list that simply has the wrong daily value on the particular date such as 9/30/2013. This option exists when doing separate mutual funds, where you can set the date and enter the daily value so that your report is accurate. I don't know how or if this can be done with the securities that exist in my brokerage account.
Thanks for any help you can give me.