Security Will NOT Update in Price History

I just started having a problem with a single security (TSP - C Fund) that
I manually track. Quicken dropped all price histories for the manually ent
ered daily price prior to 17 May 2018.
While I can update the price of the security post 17 May, I cannot enter a
NEW price for dates prior. In the price history update, I can type in the
new data for a previous date, but it does not stick. When I go to the port
folio view and go to a date prior to 17 May, they are blank. When I attemp
t to fill a price for that date, again it does not save/take.
This is the only security I am having problems with. I have have other TSP
funds that I track this way, but not having a problem with them.
Please help!
Lux
Reply to
Steve Luxion
I suggest you restore a recent datafile backup that does not have the issue. If you haven't already, you may wnt to review:
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Reply to
Sherlock
t I manually track. Quicken dropped all price histories for the manually e ntered daily price prior to 17 May 2018.
a NEW price for dates prior. In the price history update, I can type in th e new data for a previous date, but it does not stick. When I go to the po rtfolio view and go to a date prior to 17 May, they are blank. When I atte mpt to fill a price for that date, again it does not save/take.
SP funds that I track this way, but not having a problem with them.
Also, you can import security prices from a CSV file (see Quicken Help for how to do that). And since my ex-wife was also invested in various TSP sec urities ... I'm pretty sure that they can download prices in a CSV format.
NOTE, however, that the downloaded CSV format might not precisely match Q's requirement ... so you might have to play around with the CSV file in a sp readsheet program to get it to work. Just be sure to save the file back to CSV format.
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danbrown

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