How can I get more accurate investment reporting?

My investment overview shows I lost $1.4 million in the past year (I only wish I had that much to lose). I see many other people have similar issues with investment reporting. Is there anything that can be done to get the figures closer to reality? I don't need to track my investments to the penny but there has to be a way to round to the nearest million at least.


Hi 092098jvm,

The way that investments are shown is based on the information from the financial institution. Please reach out to our support team so that they can look further into this for you and work to get the isue resolved as soon as possible. Either by using our Chat feature which is available Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM PST or by opening a ticket by filling out our Contact Mint form.


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