Now we are looking at an individual portfolio's screen.
At the top left of the individual portfolio screen in Portfolio Manager, investors with see the portfolio name. To the far right at the top of the screen users will be able to see the Current Value in the specific portfolio. Next to this the Total Return in dollar terms and Total Return in percentage terms per annum is highlighted. Underneath this section, investors will be able to see both the largest holdings with a specific portfolio and also a split of the portfolio holdings by industry group. To the right of this, investors are able to see the performance of the portfolio compared to various ASX indices. This index shown is automatically the All ords (XAO), however, to change this there is a drop-down menu in the top right hand corner. The time-frame shown for the performance is automatically set at one year, however, investors can also change this to a shorter or longer period by selecting this below the chart. Under the chart, investors are able to quickly add a new transactions by clicking on the 'New Buy' button.
In the Securities Held section, all of the current holdings within a specific portfolio are shown. The securities will be sorted alphabetically by Code and at the far left there will be a star if the stock is a Star Growth Stock (yellow), Borderline Star Growth Stock (green) or Star Income Stock (purple). Immediately to the right of the Company, you can view the Daily Security $/% Change (20min delayed). In the next five columns, investors can view the Current Share Price, Average Unit Price, Quantity, Total Cost and Current Value. Further to the right, users can see the Capital Gain, Total return and Estimated Yield. This information can either be viewed as a percentage or in dollar terms (default setting) - to change the setting click on the '$' or '%' buttons in to top right hand corner of this section. To the right of these columns, investors can see the percentage Weighting of each security in their portfolio and can also activate Alerts for specific securities. Next column, we display the company's profile alignment based on your portfolios investment profile and in the last column the Transaction button provides you a drop-down list to quickly edit existing trades, enter new buy, sells and corporate actions for the security. In order to edit a transaction for a stock you no longer hold you can click on the 'Full History' button.
In the Recent Transactions section, investors will have a list of the five most recent transactions for this portfolio. Similar to Securities Held section, the first three columns highlight whether the company is Lincoln covered, the Code and Company. The transactions will be ordered in the Date column with the most recent at the top. The Trade Type column includes the type of transaction such as Buy, Sell etc, while the Quantity and Holding Balance are shown to the right of this. If applicable Price and Fees are highlighted in the next two columns, while the last column the Value of the transaction is shown. At the top right hand corner of this section, investors can click on the 'View Report' button. This will enable users to filter transactions by date ranges and then either 'Save to CSV' with the relevant information.
The Recent Income section, highlights recent relevant income for this portfolio. Similar to the above sections, the first three columns highlight whether the company is Lincoln covered, the Code and Company. The income will also be ordered in the Date column with the most recent at the top. The other columns provided information of the Holding, Franking(%), Franked amount, Unfranked amount, Total received, Franking Credit and Total Taxable. At the top right hand corner of this section, investors can click on the 'View Report' button. This will enable users to filter transactions by date ranges and then either 'Save to CSV' or print the report with the relevant information.