Bond prices on the Investment Performace page are showing incorrect values. Each bond is $1000 and 10 bonds shown, or show a share price of $1.00 with 10,000 shares.

On the investment performance paid Bond values are being calculated incorrectly. For some cusips bond values are showing at $100 with a total number of shares showing 10,000 with a total value of $1,000,000. While I would love for that to be the case, it is not. I do see some bond cusips that have a share price of $1 and the correct number of shares and their values are correct. Those with incorrect values appear to be zero coupon bonds, corporate bonds, US Treasuries, etc. The ones with correct values appear to all be CDs.

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