Some data is not shown anymore like accrued interest or expected rates, only annualised rates.
What's more interesting is that overnight I have 1 less bad debt and 3 less late loans, yet the locked in (sellable) funds are down by a significant amount. Trying to find out where these loans have gone.
As far as I can see no significant changes. Removed 2 performance figures and spread information across different pages. It may look good on mobiles but doesn't on HD. It's a shame they didn't spend the time giving information on actual outstanding debt on loans and the performance of portfolio over the last 12 months rather than since the account was opened.
Unfortunately it's broken my script to record account information.
Ah, I read that as 'use history to bury today's bad news', but I' just an old cynic. 8>. Guess the mushrooms were getting too much light ....
That is how I read it too.
It hides what my monthly summary sheets shows all too clearly.
Oh, sorry we are supposed to take a long term view. Well yes but I like to see quarterly trends too especially when they show a nosedive. Maybe they have got their lending policy back on track but that is asking me to have rather more faith than I have.
Hats off to the FCIT. They have found a way of facing the black box with Harry Potter's 'Mirror of Erised'.
So that when we look at the summary page we will now see reflected the "deepest, most desperate desire of our hearts." In my case, it is that the old FC has returned, and that my annualised return is 10.9%, maintained over the period since August 2012.
I looked at it a long time and thought that perhaps I should restore my old balance - but then Dumbledore crept up behind me and reminded me that I should live in the present and the future, and not dwell on that which has been lost, long ago, and can never be recovered. I must try to avoid losses in the future.