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With Xinvest you can:
-Centralize record keeping by storing all transactions in account specific
-Calculate total and annualized returns including the effects of buys,
sells, and dividends. This provides a means of comparing the results of all
accounts in a portfolio, be they CDs, bonds, mutual funds, or your checking
-Receive automatic price updates in conjunction with the Xquote WWW quote
-View various transaction parameters such as share price, shares per
transaction, transaction cost, transaction value (at current price),
dividends, internal and total return, and/or cumulative and moving
averages of the above. Plots are transaction based bar or date based x-y
-View overall value weightings (asset allocation) of accounts in a
portfolio. Specify categories, what percent of an account is in that category,
and which accounts are of interest and Xinvest will tell you the value and
percentage of all categories in the defined portfolio. Predefined is a
account category to view weighting of accounts in the total portfolio.
Categories are hierarchical, so you can zoom into the makeup of your portfolio.
-View in text and pie chart form.
A Financial calculator with common equations is provided. Included are
FV, PV, FV of sum of payments, and periodic loan payments.
Hopefully, all of this is displayed using an easy-to-use, point-and-click
interface. There are few command line switches, no dot files, and X
resources are limited to color and font selection allowing you to tailor
the look of the tool to your own preferences.
Change motif to a normal dependency. REQUIRES_MOTIF is now called USE_MOTIF
and generates a LIB_DEPENDS to x11-toolkits/open-motif. As before, it implies
USE_XPM (and therefore USE_XLIB). Motif-dummy is removed from
PKG_IGNORE_DEPENDS, whose sole resident is now XFree86-3.
(1) Add new variable, XFREE86_VERSION, to specify which version of XFree86
(3 or 4) to depend to when USE_XLIB is set. XFREE86_VERSION defaults to 3
for now, but adventurous users can override it in /etc/make.conf. When
XFREE86_VERSION=3, USE_XLIB will add a dependency to x11/XFree86; when it
is set to 4, the dependency will be to x11/XFree86-4-libraries. When
XFREE86_VERSION=4, the PKG_IGNORE_DEPENDS and ALWAYS_BUILD_DEPENDS hacks
to avoid messing with XFree86 are turned off.