PROBLEM # 1: In two of my stocks which recently split two-for-one, it
appears that Quicken is splitting them twice for graphing purposes even
though I have only one transaction entry for each stock split. For
example, ConocoPhillips split two-for-one on 6/1/05. The share price
before the split was around $110 and around $55 after the split. These
original daily share prices are correctly shown in the "edit price
history" listing and they are correctly graphed when the "adjust for
split" is NOT checked. However, when the "adjust for split" IS checked
the Quicken graphs a value around $26 before the split and and $55
afterward, when it should be graphing around $55 before and after. The
same situation happened with Timberland which split two-for-one on
4/27/05. In other cases of stock splits in my portfolio, the graphing is
OK, so I cannot understand why only these two should have a problem.
PROBLEM # 2: When a stock splits, the value in the "Day Gain/Loss"
column for that stock is always incorrect showing a huge loss. However,
the following columns are correct: new number of shares, new share
price, day change in stock price, and percent day change in stock price.
I am running Q2005 Deluxe Release R 3.