Two days ago my Market Value totals were correct compared to my spread sheets. This morning they did not include the Vanguard Cash Reserves (they have always included them) to the tune of over $800k. It's 6 hours later and still the same. Makes me nervous. Anyone have similar experiences with Morningstar?
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We used to maintain a premium membership but dropped the premium several years ago. Now I use it for research and have no problems. I imagine other sites will give me the info I'm looking for(style, ER's, historical performance, dividend info. etc.), but I'm so familiar with morning* that it is still a go to for me.
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