Msn money stock quotes not updating
For example, there are commercial add-ins that can download historical stock quotes into Excel and provide tools for analyzing the information, creating charts, and providing oodles of technical analysis functions.
This page describes using Excel web queries to get refreshable stock quotes in Excel.
After creating a table for the symbols that you want, you can publish the sheet as a web page (via File Publish to the Web).
You can then import the data into Excel via a web query that uses the Google Sheet as the data source. We've created a Google Sheets template that uses the GOOGLEFINANCE function to display stock quotes.
The details are below: I was also dramatically impacted by the 19-June-2013 change to the MSN Stock Quotes function for stock price download. Google also gives me the advantage of accessing my spreadsheet with my Galaxy Note 2 smartphone.
I had a hard look at it this evening and I have had success with the following change in syntax: old syntax: =MSNStock Quote($A2,”Last Price”,”US”) where $A2 is a reference to a cell containing the ticker symbol: e.g. That’s a huge advantage for me that I’m glad to have. Updates from Jim Grant Gents, I have been following your posts and appreciate all the help.
Technitya does the same thing but the refresh does not appear to be as frequent. I use a lot of color coding, conditional formats, etc., and sometimes Google Docs just says, “No.” The other thing that Stock Quotes in Excel add-in did is that it greatly expanded my ability to analyze investments.Here is a link to it: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Avw J4YKNr03kd G9Fbkp VY3Jac Ed3dn JOZXh HSU81SFE#gid=3 If you are logged into your Google account, you can choose “make a copy” from the file menu.I emailed Manish to ask if he knew if MSN was going to fix the problem since I wasn’t able to find anything about it through the searching I did.From what he had heard, MSN was probably not working on the problem and we should look for another solution. Microsoft dropped the ball on their MS Money program that forced me to go to Quicken and I wondered how long it would take them to drop the stock-quote functionality as well. In the mean time, you guys may want to look at this link that gives really good info on the Google spreadsheet functionality: Update: There are two solutions that have emerged as an alternative to MSN Stock Quotes Add-in. 2) Use this new Stock Quotes in Excel Add-in which is also a great option.Create a new Excel worksheet, then go to Data Refresh All.