I am right behind you in your quest to get Sean to update the investment features of Monydance. Making Moneydance more completive again Quicken in the area can only help all Moneydance user investors or not. Increased sales by capturing more Quicken users can only make TIK stronger, allow it to flourish against increased competition and enable it to increase what Moneydance can do and ensure its continued into the future for all current users. Possible the best way to put forward a case for updating the investment feature would be to set out bullet points to highlight defiance’s, as well as drawing comparisons with Quicken. Perhaps a direct approach, posing on Sean’s Slack site?
I have made quite a number of posts suggesting where the Investment section needs to be improved upon, my main interest is in direct share ownership but I have also suggested some improvements for Mutual funds.
I have had a discussion with Sean on the Slack site and bought up many of the deficiencies, especially things like Return of Capital, promises have been made but so far I've seen no evidence of movement, admittedly I expect the Mac printing and Quote problems to have had priority. At one stage Ian L started working on fixing up Investment reports but it all went quiet again.