Using Excel to track investments

I wrote a guest post for Avadhut Nigudkar’s website, financewalk.com aimed at financial career aspirants. The monthly financial tracker I have been using for the past 6 years was modified to include the goal analysis sheet from the automated mutual fund tracker

The sheet allows you to keep track of investments for financial goals as well as their progress.

Link to the article: How to Use Excel to Manage Expenses and Investments (Even If You’re a Newbie!)

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8 thoughts on “Using Excel to track investments

  1. I read the article already @ financewalk. I started reading the article and was thinking, what a write up and a challenge to King but at the bottom of the article – suspense was over. The article was of course from King of calculators. 🙂

    Thanks

    Ashal

  2. I read the article already @ financewalk. I started reading the article and was thinking, what a write up and a challenge to King but at the bottom of the article – suspense was over. The article was of course from King of calculators. 🙂

    Thanks

    Ashal

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