MyMoneyBlog Play Money now moved to OpenPortfolios.com

My stock portfolio, previously named the MyMoneyBlog Play Money (MMBPM) fund, is now moved here at OpenPortfolios.com. Previously, I was keeping track of it at a separate blog space, MMBPM, but that was getting a bit dry as I haven’t been doing nearly as much trading for fun as I thought I might. OpenPortfolios.com is run (partly? mostly?) by my friend Stephen of IRA-Cam, and offers to help host your investment accounts, keep track of its performance, and also share it with others (ergo the “open” part). Check it out, it’s cool!

This way, I can see the performance versus difference indices whenever I want. It took me a while to input all my previous trades, but I’m done! I’m happy to see I’m still in the black, barely.

I want to type more, but I’m pooped. Jury Duty stinks. More later.

Comments

  1. Have you ever heard about marketocracy ?

    http://www.marketocracy.com/

  2. Sure, I know about Marketocracy. It’s a great site. But they’re not a Quicken-like tool. They don’t allow back-dating of transactions, which is fundamental to a Quicken-like tool, for a reason. They are trying to track “real” performance of their contributors. OpenPortfolios.com allows backdating of transactions. You can “write fiction” in your account if you wanted to, but there’s no real incentive to do it.

    Steve

Trackbacks

  1. [...] = 'wpp-262'; var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":false};I was tinkering around with my stock portfolio MMBPM again and cleaned up some more transactions. I think it’s all correct now, complete with [...]

Speak Your Mind

*