Current updating stock prices
Because the product pays principal over its lifetime, most often, the face value of the product deteriorates over time, and therefore, typically, the Factor is less than one.
For example, to determine the Most Recent Value of a fixed income product with a Factor, Price is multiplied by Quantity and Factor, and that number is divided by 100.
The Price Editor is used to list and edit the price of one commodity in another commodity.
New prices can be added, existing prices can be edited, and prices can be retrieved from a variety of sources on the World-Wide Web when the commodity is properly configured. An existing price will be overwritten by a newer one if the newer one has the same or a more preferred source.
Fortunately it is easy to pull the data from the web tool to a spreadsheet.
You can simple copy and paste the data into a spreadsheet to get a properly formatted table.
The order of source preference (1 is most preferred) is: To support on-line quotations for a particular stock or mutual fund account, you must first enable on-line price quoting and select a price source in the Security.
This is described in detail in Section 8.7.2, “Configuring Securities/Currencies for On-Line Retrieval of Prices”.
The viewer is expected to use the data or other information at its own risk.Those fields not highlighted in yellow indicate securities priced less frequently.These include: A dotted line beneath some of the values tells you the values were calculated using a Factor.When valuing one commodity in terms of another it uses the term between a non-currency commodity and a currency commodity.For the rest of this section we'll use "price" to mean both price and exchange rate and "commodity" to mean any sort of commodity except where currency behavior is different.
If you hold your mouse over the dotted line, a tool tip will appear that describes the calculation in detail.