Update your JavaScript code under user "Investments" view in the "Change" column for the totals. If there is no investment change, it currently shows "NaN%".

Small technology bug - forward to development team. I've been using Mint.com for many years, thanks for awesome product!


Hello casie.levine,

I'm sorry for the trouble with the Investments section, I understand how inconvenient it can be things aren't working as expected.  Thanks for the feedback, that is a strange issue since my testing is showing 0.00% when there isn't a change.  Can you possibly upload a screenshot so I can get this escalated?  You can add one by clicking Edit at the top right of your questions, then Attach Files at the bottom left of the Edit page that opens.  Also any details on your browser and OS you can offer will be helpful.  

Jesse :man:

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