Keeping track of bullion

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Keeping track of bullion

I have dollar cost averaged my way into P.M.'s, but I have a question for my fellow stackers. How do you keep track of all your purchases? I would like to find some software that I can load on my iMac that will let me plug in ounces, dates, price paid and then another section that gives me the current market value of said bullion so I can see how much percentage wise I am up or down, etc.... Any of you know of software like that?

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I found

I found a program that fits most of my needs called "My Bullion Tracker" that is distributed freely by the Northwest Territorial Mint.  It allows you to plug in your purchase date, weights, ounces, price paid, a comments section and even makes it easy to export that out to a .CSV file for record keeping and back ups.  It will also provide a 180 Day chart that will track your portfolio.

The fact that it is free and works on a Mac makes it even better :)

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It can be downloaded here:

http://bullion.nwtmint.com/mybulliontracker.php

It also works on Windows boxes to I think.

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Gold Bug Vault

Hey Jimmy,

Have you heard of an app called Gold Bug Vault? It only tracks Gold BUT it does an amazing job at it.

The link for the app is -> http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gold-bug-vault/id307147845?mt=8

I hope that helps some how.

Cheers!

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Spreadsheet...

Seriously.  Doesn't need to be fancy. 

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