You can add shares AND funds and a range of other investments to view your total wealth over time.And once you've set it up there are a range of extra features to help keep tabs on the companies you're investing in This is Money is a UK-based services.Example: (excluding the share price changes over the period) empty portfolio1 June 2012: Buy 100 Vodafone Shares for £1002 June 2012: Buy 1000 Barclays Shares for £1,0002 June 2012: Asset change vs Yesterday is £1,000 - £100 = £900, percentage change is £900/£100 x 100 = 900%If you change your email address you need to update the details yourself.Login with your old address, wait a few seconds for the Login link (top right of the screen) to change to My profile | Logout.However, some funds and shares are priced in foreign currencies.
Simply click on the Money tab to access your portfolio.
Instead of adding 1,000 shares, add (current exchange rate eg. So your 1000 shares will show a total worth of 1180 x 18 = £21.24 Performance is calculated using Asset value.
When a new asset is added to the portfolio the change is calculated as New asset value vs the Old asset value.
You can either enter foreign stocks into a separate portfolio or...
If you multiply the number of shares by the exchange rate you will trick the total value into, say, euros.
(variable) your representative rate will be 18.9% APR (variable).