How to Use Google Sheets Effectively to Track Your Investment Portfolio

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We all started small. Most of us had a single account through which we bought stocks from a few companies. It was so simple and easy. You just create a portfolio using Google Sheets or Excel, fill the cells with important data, and update manually. When filling the cells, Google is your friend as it can help you find all the essential metrics for numerous stocks, which you then paste into your sheets. This sounds great and effortless, but what happens when you start expanding your portfolio? Can you manage to track every metric, update every data and do it…...

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Navarre Trousselot Navarre is the Founder of — a portfolio analytics service made for Australian investors. Navarre left a lucrative corporate developer job to combine two of his passions; investing and entrepreneurship. He created Navexa because he couldn’t find a portfolio analytics service that met his own high standards. Now, he’s focused on helping as many Australians as possible get more from their portfolios through the smart and creative use of data. Follow Navarre on Twitter( and connect with him on LinkedIn(