MSN Money Portfolio Manager is optimized for large portfolios, but you will need to download Microsoft Siverlight to be able to utilize all the interactive features on your computer. Transactions are entered manually in a format similar to Google Finance, but the ability to define the activity is much broader with options to record the activity as (buy, sell, dividends, other income, other expense, return of capital, reinvest dividend, add share, remove shares, stock splits, sell short, and cover short). The portfolio can track the most common types of investments, including domestic, foreign, and OTC stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, but the portfolio does not currently support CDs, options, bonds or a separate cash account. MSN Money’s view tables are the most interactive with a hover feature that explains each financial term displayed on the view table. The system offers six preset views (Standard, Valuation, Quotes, Fundamental, Holdings, and Analysis). A customized view can be created with over 60 financial data and evaluation tools, including its own proprietary StockScouter rating system.