What's New in version 2.0.53:

  • Bug #187, Reported 2018.06.29 by Peridot
  • The AMFI (Association of Mutual Funds in India) information provider is unable to find symbols and retrieve data.
  • Bug #186, Reported 2018.06.24 by Ravi Bhavnani
  • The TakeStock Canada Mutual Fund information provider is unable to retrieve data.
  • Bug #185, Reported 2018.06.22 by John Horvath
  • The application’s Precision settings are ignored for portfolio views. They only work for folder views.
  • Bug #184, Reported 2018.06.17 by Joe Steele, Mariano De Santis
  • The application sometimes crashes when viewing a portfolio. No data loss data occurs.
  • Bug #183, Reported 2018.06.17 by Alan Clarke, Peridot, LeeWah Bao
  • A new install of TakeStock 2 fails to start and displays the error: 'An error occured while opening the TakeStock database TakeStock2Database.dat. Unable to read beyond the end of the stream.'

What's New in version 2.0.52:


  • The Folder view now includes Held, Sold and Transactions tabs, allowing you to view the details of positions in all portfolios in the folder and its subfolders.
  • Improved the security of the TakeStock Cloud.
  • The 'Check For New Version' window now allows you to see what's new in the latest version of TakeStock 2 before deciding whether to install it.

Bug fixes:

  • Bug #182, Reported 2018.06.04 by Ravi Bhavnani
  • The application isn't able to get the latest data for .ASX (Australian Stock Exchange) symbols.
  • Bug #181, Reported 2018.06.03 by Ravi Bhavnani
  • The Symbol Finder isn't able to find symbols when using the ASX (Australian Stock Exchange) search provider.
  • Bug #180, Reported 2018.06.03 by Ravi Bhavnani
  • The Symbol Finder displays the error “The search failed because the total number of results could not be determined.” when using the Yahoo Finance search.
  • Bug #179, Reported 2018.05.28 by Rahul Shah
  • The application crashes when attempting to refresh its data if a portfolio contains a MoneyControl (India) position whose symbol is invalid (e.g. MC.539889).
  • Bug #178, Reported 2018.05.01 by C Saravanan
  • The application is unable to import a .TS2Portfolio file exported by a version of TakeStock older than R51.
  • Bug #177, Reported 2018.02.13 by Ravi Bhavnani
  • The Quote Bar displays a security's Bid Price in pennies instead of dollars and cents.
  • Bug #176, Reported 2017.12.24 by Claudio Negri
  • The application interprets numeric data (share quantity and currency amounts) using the numeric format of the version of Windows (e.g. English) and not the language I've selected (e.g. Italian).
  • Bug #175, Reported 2017.12.13 by Arthur Rich
  • Charts aren't available for .VI (Vienna Stock Exchange) securities.

What's New in version 0.15j:

Bug fixes:

  • A change in Yahoo Finance's data format prevented TakeStock from displaying the local time and status for non-US markets. This information is now correctly displayed.
  • The Portfolio | Export command failed to export cash positions. The export file now includes all positions.

What's New in version 0.15i:


  • The Portfolio | Export command has been implemented in preparation for migrating a TakeStock 0.15 database to TakeStock 2.

Bug fixes:

  • A change in Yahoo Finance's data format prevented TakeStock's symbol finder from working. The symbol finder now works as expected.
  • A change in TakeStock's chart provider's data format prevented the Chart tool from working. The Chart tool now works as expected.