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MoneyBench

The app for personal finance experiments

MoneyBench

The app for personal finance experiments

MoneyBench is an application for collecting, analyzing and making decisions based on your financial data. Currently, we only collect and do some shallow analysis, but our final goal is to create a tool for "what-if" decision making in personal finance.

First, we want to thank Google Finance for this message:
"Google Finance is under renovation. As a part of this process, the Portfolios feature won't be available after mid-November 2017. To keep a copy, download your portfolio".
Investments were distant future for MoneyBench application and we didn't have any plans to implement it in observable future, but Google changed the status quo.

In October 2017, we had to find a new investment portfolio tracking tool, or implement this functionality in MoneyBench. Many financial services propose investments portfolio tracking tools. E.g., you can find very nice stock charts on Yahoo, but you won't find the distribution of your gains and losses, the history of your portfolio market value or the history of invested amounts by security.

Implementation of investments tracking was a difficult problem because we didn't want to create a clone of an existing functionality.
We have created reports and charts for the analysis of the investment decisions and estimation of the financial capacity of the investments.

We hope you will find it useful for the financial health analysis.

Regards,
Olga

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