The reports are a powerful tool for tracking your dividend portfolio performance.

The app generates two types of reports:

  • Stock Reports: Summary for a certain stock in your portfolio.
  • Portfolio Report: Summary for your entire portfolio.
Reports screen.

Both types of reports cover open as well as closed positions.

You can also analyze the performance in previous years and of closed positions.

You can open the Reports page from the main screen via the menu in the page selection menu:

Disclaimer: All values are estimates and might contain errors. When in doubt check your broker’s documents to confirm the numbers.

App Bar

The app bar of the Reports screen provides you two filters for selecting reports.

  • Year Filter: Select a certain certain report year or select “all-time” for the time span since you bought your first share.
  • Stock Filter: Select a certain stock or the entire portfolio.


Here is a description of the values you find in the generated reports. It is important that you understand the number is order to interpret the reports correctly.

  • Realized Value Gain: The actual realized win or loss by selling shares. The value is calculated over the average price per share of the stock position.
  • Unrealized Value Gain: The value gain of the position’s market value in the selected period.
  • Σ Buy/Sell/DRIP Value: Total value of all buy/sell/DRIP transactions in the selected timespan.
  • Σ Total In-/Outflow: Net money in-/outflow of a stock position in a given time span. A negative value means that more money was taken out of the position than was invested. A positive value means that more money was invested than taken out. The outflow of a closed position can be larger than the inflow if the position gained in value.
  • Market Value: The current market value of the selected stock positions. If a position got closed the market value is zero.
  • Buy-Value (Avg.): The average buy-value of the current number of shares of a certain stock position. If a position got closed the buy-value is zero.
  • Holding Duration: For a single stock this represents the number of days you held shares. For the portfolio this refers to the time since the first buy-transaction in your portfolio.
  • Return on Investment: Percentage of your profit/loss in relation to the invested money in the selected time span.
  • Compound Annual Growth: The compound annual growth rate to achieve your return on investment in the holding duration. If the holding duration is too short the compound annual growth rate is not computed.