For exchanges where stock code changes after stock split (e.g. SGX), this is what I would do:
Note: The sell and buy dates must be different because if you sell and buy on same date, StocksCafe always assume buy happens first before sell to prevent short-selling.
Example: You previously brought 10 shares of company A at SGD 2 each, and it does a 1-to-2 stock split and the latest close is SGD3. You should:
I understand that this can be annoying but since I do not have accurate stock split data, it is not possible to automate this.
For other exchanges where stock code do not change after stock split, this is what I would do:
Hi Evan, i had a US stock that underwent reverse split years ago which I didn't enter a reverse split transaction then. But now when i attempt to do so, the old stock symbol can no longer be found.
Any suggestion how i can deal with this particular stock? Old symbol : ipci New symbol : ipcif
Sorry need your advice. I own Breadtalk which underwent a 2-for-1 stock split recently and the ticker symbol changed. I only entered the transactions after the event, and it seems to have created an error in the portfolio cos I sold the stock under the new symbol and bought under the new symbol as well, and now "both" stocks are present in my portfolio. What should I do? Thanks for your advice!!