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The truth is QB is totally unsuited for investing

use quicken, I have no experience with mint in this area so I am not sure it will work

If this is  a company investment account, keep the total asset cost in QB, but track purchase, splits, dividends, return of capital, reverse splits, spin offs, mergers, etc etc in quicken and just make total entries in QB

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