A stock portfolio performance monitoring tool
This package provides beancounter, a tool to quantify gains and losses in
stock portfolios, as well as the BeanCounter Perl module that underlies it.
Beancounter queries stock prices from Yahoo! Finance server(s) around the
globe and stores them in a relational database (using PostgreSQL) so
that the data can be used for further analysis. Canned performance and
risk reports are available.
Debian Installation Notes for beancounter
On a Debian system, the following steps are required for beancounter to run:
0. In case you are upgrading from an older installation of beancounter,
run the script update_beancounter to add some columns to the tables.
1. Install PostgreSQL [or MySQL or SQLite]
root# apt-get install postgresql
which will also install postgresql-client
BeanCounter -- A stock portfolio performance monitoring tool
Ever wondered what happened to your portfolio on a day the market moved
500 points? Ever wondered what your portfolio returned over the last
(odd) period? Ever wondered if there was a simple cron job to report
portfolio changes on a daily basis? Ever wondered if you could database
the (public) price
Non-GNU Installation Notes for beancounter
(especially applicable for Solaris 2.x systems)
Systems that don't have bash at /bin/sh and other non GNU utils may find the
following guidance helpful. Such systems include SUN Solaris 2.x, and others
that derive from the AT&T SVR4 UNIX baseline and many non-Linux systems.
The general installation sequence remains unchanged.
BEANCOUNTER(1p) User Contributed Perl Documentation BEANCOUNTER(1p)
beancounter - St
SETUP_BEANCOUNTERUser Contributed Perl DocumentSETUP_BEANCOUNTER(1p)
UPDATE_BEANCOUNTEUser)Contributed Perl DocumenUPDATE_BEANCOUNTER(1p)
BeanCounter(3pm) User Contributed Perl DocumentationBeanCounter(3pm)
beancounter (0.8.10) unstable; urgency=low
* Minor bugfix releases:
o manual page confused -
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