Investment Portfolio in excel

POSTED BY pramodhkashyap ON February 16, 2011 5:33 pm COMMENTS (12)

Hi there,

Iam looking for personal portfolio tracker in excel sheet. I tried to design one, but so far not suceeded. Excel sheet tracker to take into account Shares, MF, Insurance, PPF, FD, RD, Real estate, Cash at Bank etc.. More over it shall be for monthly investment and one sheet should consolidate and show summary and may be graphs….

Is there anybody who is having this?? If yes, please share with me or give tips to prepare the same..

 

Regards,

Pramod

 

12 replies on this article “Investment Portfolio in excel”

  1. Ajay says:

    I saw one such sheet for mutual funds only – http://goo.gl/4vst1

    It requires a small change and you can go though the comments section of the same blog for the chnages

  2. moneysights.com says:

    @pramodhkashyap@gmail.com,

    Are you looking for an excel-based portfolio tracker only? Or are you open to other ways of tracking it – maybe through a web-based interface or a desktop version?

    In case you are open to web-based interface, moneysights.com is launching one soon. To begin with we are going to support Stocks & Mutual Funds before expanding to other asset classes. Currently under invite-only, you may want to submit your email id on http://www.moneysights.com.


    moneysights.com

    1. Gaurang Desai says:

      Dear Moneysights,

      I got your invite and linked my securities a/c. But moneysights is unable to reconize the securities that I have bought – it seems u need to update your data bank. I am unable to move ahead. written you few mails too but no reply – hope u hear me via this forum 🙁

      1. moneysights.com says:

        Hi Gaurang,

        Unfortunately, the email you sent went to SPAM folder. Our bad. Expect the response in a few minutes. In future, if this kind of stuff happens, mark a direct mail to santosh DOT navlani AT moneysights.com.

        Sincere apologies for the inconvenience.

        moneysights.com

        1. Gaurang Desai says:

          Thank you for your prompt response. Thanks to this forum too 🙂

  3. bharat shah says:

    for only mutual funds and equity shares , morningstar.co. has also good tracker like valueresearchonline.com , and giving different perspectives than the latter.

    1. Gaurang Desai says:

      Bharat,

      I don’t think that portfolio tracker in morningstar can be transferred to excel sheet or can be printed in excel format

  4. Atul says:

    Hi Pramod,

    Try “https://www.perfios.com”. Basic version is free.

    Regards

    Atul

  5. Gaurang Desai says:

    Mprofit is good but its not free so unless if u have to track your portfolio frequently, it is viable.

  6. Irshad says:

    I use valueresearchonline.com and pretty happy with it.

  7. ashal jauhari says:

    Dear Pramod, You may give a try to online portfolio manager of http://www.moneycontrol.com

    Apart from this, you may also try http://www.valueresearchonline.com

    Thanks

    Ashal

  8. Anurag Sharma says:

    Dear Promod,

    Many financial web-sites are offering this service as free/paid service like Moneycontrol.com, personalfn.com, rediff.com, equitymaster.com etc. This has an added advantage that your MF units and share prices get reflected in real time during market hours. You can google ‘ portfolio tracker’ . Some allow export to excel sheets also.

    Anurag

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