I've used Quicken for years. I've always felt it leaves much to be desired when it comes to investments. It tracks them well, but it doesn't give you much of a complete picture. I had to use a lot of custom reports to get what I needed.Quicken usually has hundreds of fixes with every new release and it has thousands of users. I can't imagine how fixes this product will have, considering so few are using it now --- I won't be the guinea pig here
It did take me a few days to setup this Portfolio Slicer. You register online, add all your tickers online, get power pivot setup on excel and connected (there's great YouTube instructions for this) then export Quicken data to excel and convert and rearrange it all to this format ("replace all" function makes this step much less tedious) Negative stock quantity for a sale won't work, but that could be fixed (regardless of + or - a sale is not confused with a buy)
Portfolio Slicer definitely presents a much better look at my portfolio. I feel like Quicken was made by programmers who don't buy stocks while portfolio slicer has exactly what an investor wants. It's very well done imo plus it's FREE!