We have a very long experience providing financial tools for investors. That’s why we publish regularly posts about our solutions, because we have always detected that users do not take advantage of many gadgets, features and details developed for them to a better management of their portfolios.
Do you know what kind of financial transactions you can do in T-Advisor? Let’s say that you have your portfolio and you add some assets: either stocks, ETF or mutual funds. The usual operations are “buy” and “sell”. Those are easy, but there are quite a lot of them. Think about that:
- If you have funds, you maybe think to transfer from one to another. There are transactions of buy and sell, but transferring the money, not a payment or refund with cash.
- What about stock dividends or bond coupons? If you receive those payments, you have to register that increase of capital.
- In the case of bonds, they can be cancelled or they can expire, with the subsequent effects in your portfolio.
- Again, what refers to shares or ETF, there can also be splits and sold of rights.
- However, there are also movements linked to cash, because a portfolio has an associated account. Let’s only think about the different charges that you can register. We show you in this list:
Not bad, huh? T-Advisor has several functionalities that deserve to speak with more details. These are some of them. An investor need a tool that has the right features to register all kind of movements related to his or her assets. This is the way to improve your independent wealth management. This is a reason why we say that we make available professional tools for self-directed investors.