I opened an Icarra portfolio management account because Google finance portfolio sucks… Guess what? Deminvest is nicely beating Nasdaq and S&P 500 June 11, 2008Posted by deminvest in Blogroll, Internet stocks, investment, investment strategies, my free stock, nasdaq, Nasdaq stock, Social investing, stock I own, stocks, stocks that pay high dividends.
Tags: icarra, portfolio charts, protfolio
Icarra is a good portfolio management system to measure my portfolio performance . It has very nice charts and is very good to measure results for my entire portfolio. For instance I was very pleased to read that I have a total 2.84% dividend yield :-).
Here is a very nice chart, showing how my “Deminvest Free Stocks“ investment has consistently beaten both the Nasdaq and the S&P 500.
I used to have my portfolio loaded into Google Finance, but Google finance’s portfolio sucks for several reasons:
1) Google Finance does not offer any charting of my portfolio.
2) Google Finance does not give any overall portfolio data, like overall P/E, overall dividend yield, overall performance including stock sales and cash.
3) Google Finance does not consider cash, which makes it a horrible way to measure results of my free stocks strategy. I buy a stock, wait for it to go 40% up and then resell just enough shares to get my cash