Gnucash has the ability to print a graph of the movement of your stocks or securities over a period of time, provided you have the data to do so. This post explains how to view a graph of the movement of the stocks in your portfolio in Gnucash. We assume that you have alreay installed . . . → Read More: Stock Chart using the Price Scatterplot Report in Gnucash
If your Gnucash reports print zeroes for accounts where you can see amounts, then the issue could be the Accounting Period.
Make sure that you have set the date ranges for the start date and end date correctly. To verify, start up Gnucash and click on the menu option Edit -> Preferences -> Accounting Period. . . . → Read More: Gnucash reports print incorrect amounts or 0 or show no matching transactions
Gnucash has the capability to retrieve and update your portfolio with the Indian Mutual Funds online quotes that it can find from the AMFI website at this link http://www.amfiindia.com.
AMFI publishes the NAVs of every Indian Mutual Fund scheme on it’s website at this link http://www.amfiindia.com/spages/NAV0.txt. Gnucash picks the NAV prices from it.
When you . . . → Read More: Find India Mutual Fund 6 digit AMFI Symbol code for Gnucash
If you are a user of Gnucash http://www.gnucash.org, you have options to enable it to retrieve online mutual fund quotes. Here we will see how to retrieve the Indian Mutual Fund Schemes quotes. Gnucash is an open source, cross-platform, operating system independent, personal finance manager. It works on Linux, Windows and Mac. Explained below is . . . → Read More: Set up Gnucash to fetch or retrieve Online Mutual Fund Quotes (India Mutual Funds)
If you are a user of Gnucash http://www.gnucash.org, you have options to enable it to retrieve online stock quotes. It can even be set up to retrieve online mutual fund quotes for Indian Mutual funds. Gnucash is an open source, cross-platform, operating system independent, personal finance manager. It works on Linux, Windows and Mac. Explained . . . → Read More: Set up Gnucash to fetch or retrieve Online Stock Quotes
Download the latest version of Gnucash for Windows from here http://www.gnucash.org and install it on your computer. To work with Stock Quotes, you need ActivePerl. Download the latest 32 bit (x86) version of ActivePerl for Windows from http://www.activestate.com/activeperl and install it on your computer. Now install Finance Quotes by clicking on the Windows Start . . . → Read More: Install Gnucash on Windows (Personal Finance Manager) software
Of February 2012, gnucash stopped returning currency conversions. If you get the error that says “Unable to retrieve quotes” for any currency, you have to make changes to the Quote.pm file on your computer. This is due to changes made by Yahoo, which have broken Finance::Quotes currency retrieval.
Follow the instructions below to fix your . . . → Read More: Gnucash not able to retrieve currency quotes
System Settings -> Regional Settings -> Choose your language. Alternately, you can also change your locale after you enter your user id before you enter your password on the login screen.
For GnuCash, make sure your locale is that of the country you chose when you logged in.
GnuCash, HomeBank and Grisbi are Personal Finance Management tools available on Linux. Of them all, I preferred GnuCash. Was more stable, had a few more features that I could use and was easier to operate. Perhaps we need to bear in mind that the choices available on open source are so many, and we all . . . → Read More: GnuCash, HomeBank, Grisbi