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I've been looking for a decent online portfolio manager for a while and not found anything. I'd like something that:

  1. Is UK based, i.e. can price in GBP and can get UK fund prices
  2. Can access a large range of funds, not just individual stocks
  3. Automatically updates my fund/share prices
  4. Is easy to enter transactions in bulk (not that I make that many, it's very very offputting entering all historical transactions one by one)
  5. Has limited advertising

Google spreadsheets has been the best I've found so far...

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Would a broker like Etrade work? –  Shane Jul 7 '10 at 20:58
    
@Shane, wont that only track trades completed through Etrade? I'm looking to track funds with multiple providers, e.g. pension funds, funds bought through a fund supermarket as well as a few individual company shares. –  Col Jul 7 '10 at 21:01
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Find a broker software that works for you and you should be able to use all the tools with it.

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No idea about support for UK funds, but Mint.com is a decent financial app. It may not give you the level of detail you're looking for, but it does keep track of individual account balances & transactions. I use it to track my retirement accounts & bank accounts, but I haven't tried plugging any individual stocks into it.

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I've looked into Mint.com previously but it's heavily US focussed. It's just the kind of app I'm looking for if only there was a UK-centric version –  Col Jul 8 '10 at 7:12
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Should have good UK support:

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Try Strands Money

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Hava you tried Yahoo Finance? I found it pretty useful, but I don't know about UK and GBP features.

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