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Computerized Investing > February 25, 2012

Fund Manager 11.8

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by CI Staff

Fund Manager helps investors monitor and analyze their stocks, mutual funds and other investments with graphs and reports. Fund Manager includes features such as price and transaction importing as well as single-button price updates from the Internet. The program handles an unlimited number of portfolios and transactions. Both graphs and reports are customizable. The program also includes AIMR-compliant yield calculations, trendline analysis, price alerts and the ability to process multiple currencies.

Since Fund Manager was added to the Download Library, it has gone through several major updates, including the release of versions 10 and 11. The current version, available on our Download Library page, is version 11.8, which was released on February 2, 2012.

Fund Manager 11.8

System Requirements: Windows 2000 or higher

Size: 2.3MB

Price: $69 for personal; $295 for professional; free trial (can start program 60 times)


Leo from WI posted over 3 years ago:

I tried to download the fund mgr. but it does not work with 64bit machines

Brian from GA posted over 3 years ago:

Are there any plans for a 64 bit version? I have some other programs that must be run on a 32 bit Virtual XP machine but they are antiquated.

Alice from MI posted over 3 years ago:

I have a Mac so I guess I can't use it.

Brian from GA posted over 3 years ago:

I tried this in Virtual XP mode also and can't get it to install.

Wayne from IL posted over 3 years ago:

Have you tried right-clicking on the executable file and running it as an Administrator? This oftentimes allows programs to run on 64-bit systems.

Rob from BC posted about 1 year ago:

I found it very buggy. For example, if I made a mistake and then re-entered the price of the stock, it would still show the original price.

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