If an asset is not available in Kwanti’s database and there is no satisfactory proxy to represent it, you can upload its history into Portfolio Lab.
Portfolio Lab imports the asset’s history from an Excel CSV file that either contains:
- a list of dates and prices
- a list of dates and returns
They can be monthly, weekly or daily records. Once imported, all of Portfolio Lab analytics and charts are available and the asset can be used in portfolios.
After import, you can edit the history by clicking on the pencil icon as shown above.
Assets that are not available in Kwanti’s database – for example, individual bonds – can be assigned a proxy. The proxy can be any index, stock, ETF, or fund.
If there is no satisfactory choice for the proxy (for example, the asset may be an unlisted asset that does not correlate to any index or listed investment), an alternative is to upload the asset’s history of prices/returns.
We added a ‘Describe’ command in the Asset Profile view, for mutual funds, ETFs and closed-end funds.
This displays the fund’s Morningstar category, the fund’s objective and the top holdings:
Stock Sector Analysis has been added to the PDF report. To add this section to the report, click on ‘Add Content…‘ in the PDF editor.
Portfolio Lab’s allocation analysis has a new Stock Sector view.
In this view, Portfolio aggregates sector information of equity positions in the portfolio. For ETF and fund positions, Portfolio Lab uses the sector breakdown of the equity portion of the fund. The result is a portfolio-level view:
You may group the sectors into “super sectors”:
You may also:
- click on a sector or super sector for a drill down analysis of position contribution
- compare portfolios
- export the data to Excel
The sectors and super sectors are defined according to Morningstar® sector classification methodology. For details please refer to Portfolio Lab’s user guide.