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Investments calculations and reporting functions not right

Periodically, these functions have errors.
During 2008 monthly dividends stop showing up on budget reports
Temp fix by export & import to set up second file
In the process, it messed up calculations of toal number of shares and produces bad balance sheet.

We love this program and hope we can get this fixed.

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