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There are two poles: A Dashed Pole and a Solid Pole. There are several ways to move the poles.
The Dashed Pole's date position will slide along with the Dashed Pole.
The position of the poles affect the values on the Val SubTab, and the Spreadsheet Tab.
When the Dashed Pole rests on a day with a distribution a distribution information box will pop up for the mutual fund or stock in red.
Right-click on distribution information box to disable it. '
To enable the distribution information, right-click on the date label that follows the pole. (This date label expands to show the dividend summary.)
Performance Values "Between the Poles"
Performance values showing the performance of the mutual fund or stock during the date range are located in the column on the right side of the chart. Performance values are calculated from the Dashed Pole to . . .
Both case #1 and #2 above are often referred to in this help as the period "between the poles".
To view statistics for a date range
The date label will show the date range. Performance values on the right side of the chart will be calculated on this date range.
To remove the Solid Pole
The Date Label Can be Adjusted
Right-click date label to change the font and size.
Change the vertical position of the date label by dragging it to the desired level. To drag,
The date label discussed above changes to the distribution label when the Dashed Pole rests on a distribution (white dot on the red line). Also, when the Dashed Pole is on the last date of the period, a summary of distributions for the entire period displays.
Finding the Highest Priced Day for a Mutual Fund or Stock
Finding the Lowest Priced Day