Random Asset Class Information 2018-06-15T01:46:32Z 2018-06-14T19:42:15Z 7750307 7750307 Random Asset Class Information 2018-06-15T01:46:32Z 2018-06-14T19:42:15Z jroberts513 jroberts513 Just upgraded to Quicken Deluxe (Canadian) 2018 version and was hoping the "Download asset class information" would finally work.&nbsp; &nbsp; What I've found is the that the asset class info it downloads makes no sense.&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /><br />For example, I have a number of Equity mutual funds that end up having high % (45%-87%) of Money Market asset classification which doesn't make any sense.<br /><br />Has anyone else seen this or know what might be causing it? question active 4 6 1 comment 19583163 mshiggins responded to "Random Asset Class Information" 2018-06-14T19:52:59Z 2018-06-14T19:52:59Z mshiggins mshiggins Dirty scammer. Don't be fooled by this scum. 0 19583409 q.lurker responded to "Random Asset Class Information" 2018-06-14T21:33:41Z 2018-06-14T21:33:41Z q.lurker qlurker Getting specific about such occurrences is usually necessary to get any sort of fix.&nbsp; Like -- What funds?&nbsp; It is usually caused by something wrong an the data-supplier's end.&nbsp;&nbsp; 0 19583708 Arctic Hare responded to "Random Asset Class Information" 2018-06-15T01:46:32Z 2018-06-15T01:46:32Z Arctic Hare kevin_berry_5064561 @jroberts513: I am a Canadian SuperUser who uses the Canadian version of Q.&nbsp; I long ago gave up trying to use the "download asset class information" because, like you indicated, I found that it generally resulted in inaccurate allocations. That feature doesn't seem to work properly in the Canadian version, but I suspect it has to do with the way the data is provided by the supplier combined with the way asset classes are defined in Q. I also long ago decided that, for my purposes of managing asset allocation, I was better off simply manually setting a Canadian equity fund to 100% Canadian equity rather than trying to precisely account for the cash holding, etc. Part of my reasoning for this is that cash in a mutual fund is different from cash in my self directed account. One I can reallocate; the other I can't. You may or may not agree with treatment approach, but the KISS approach has proven best for me.<br /><br />Nonetheless, I am interested in seeing what results I would get for the MF that doesn't work for you. What is/are the fund code(s) for the funds that aren't correctly downloaded for you? 0