Mint can not find stock symbols for holdings

Mint doesn't seem to be able to find the symbols of funds in my retirement account, so I can't see market data comparisons. Is there any way to enter these manually? The funds and symbols are listed below:

Janus Triton S - JGMIX

Oppenheimer Developing Markets A - ODMAX

Oppenheimer Global Fund A - OPPAX

T. Rowe Price Retirement 2055 R - TRRNX

Vanguard 500 Index Investor - VFINX

Vanguard Mid Cap Index Inv - VIMSX

Vanguard Small Cap Index Fund - NAESX

Virtus Real Estate Securities A - PHRAX


Hi 65536,

Unfortunately there is not a way to enter those manually - they have to be imported through Mint's automated process, much like other data on the site (checking accounts, credit cards, etc.).

Mint Mike

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