Report mutual fund shares to 3 decimals in "My Holdings" summary line
Currently in the summary line of "My Holdings" in the Yahoo portfolios only reports 2 decimal places rounding up or down depending on whether the 3rd digit is less than or greater than 5. This necessitates unnecessary clicks to 'open up' the display to show individual lots. If there is only one lot this is bad enough, but when there are multiple lots, one must add the lots to come up with the correct position summary at 3 decimal places which is the actual real-world figure. It would appear that there is room on the line for 1 additional character and it should not be difficult to do.
El Pedruchillo commented
Concerning YAHOO FINANCES,
In the graph of a value of the Spanish market ... accessing from a PC with CHROME GOOGLE browser, for a week and now:
- Why have you removed the 4 decimals from the prices of the value that BEFORE they were shown in the chart? Now there are ONLY 2 decimals ....
The 4 decimals are essential to know in the graphic drawing what is the price (4 decimals) to calculate fibonacci and supports / resistances. Especially for shares listed on 1 euro cent at 2 euro cents. Of these there are several in the Spanish market
- PLEASE can you return to add the 4 decimals?
That's why in the values of the Spanish market the 4 decimals are always put in the stock prices
It is also more accurate to add 4 decimals in the share price of all companies and markets.
It is always better to draw in the graphics of the actions. Very good. Good progress!
The case is that from access from the android spartphone if the 4 decimals are displayed.
What happens that ONLY 2 decimals are seen from the PC?
Or what to do to see the 4 decimals from the PC?
Gus Wagen commented
I too would like to see this change. I have a couple of individual stocks for which the holdings show quantities with up to 6 decimal points.
I've "fixed" it by entering the actual number of shares in the topmost Notes area so that I can get (hopefully) accurate numbers, especially when forecasting.