Track your Nordnet portfolio with Sharesight
If you trade via Nordnet, you can import your trading data to Sharesight simply by uploading a spreadsheet file of your trades, giving you access to Sharesight’s award-winning performance and dividend tracking. With support for more than 200 leading global brokers, plus automatically updated price and dividend information on over 500,000 stocks, ETFs and funds, Sharesight is the ultimate tool to track the performance of all of your investments in one place. Keep reading to learn more.
Nordnet is a Sweden-based digital bank for savings and investments which also operates in Norway, Denmark and Finland. It was founded in 1996 as one of Sweden’s first online brokers before expanding its services to include banking and pensions. The broker allows Nordic investors to trade in stocks, mutual funds and other securities.
By importing your Nordnet trades to Sharesight, you can easily track your investment performance across different brokers, asset classes and markets. You will also gain access to Sharesight’s automatic dividend tracking, plus advanced performance and tax reporting tools designed for self-directed investors.
Swedish investors can effortlessly track the performance of all their investments in one place with Sharesight.
Importantly, Sharesight takes into account the impact of capital gains, dividends, brokerage fees and currency fluctuations when calculating returns – giving you the complete picture of your portfolio’s performance. Sharesight also offers a range of powerful reports including performance, portfolio diversity, contribution analysis, exposure, multi-currency valuation, multi-period and future income (upcoming dividends). The ability to track cash accounts, property and even cryptocurrency is just another reason you should consider using Sharesight to track your investment portfolio.
Unlike other portfolio trackers, Sharesight automatically tracks dividend and distribution income (including franked dividends and dividend reinvestment plans) and takes this into account when calculating your investment return. In the screenshot below for example, dividends make a significant contribution to this stock’s returns, highlighting the value of a portfolio tracking solution that includes more than just capital gains in its performance calculations.
An example of a stock in a Swedish investor’s portfolio where dividends make a significant contribution to the overall return.
Sharesight allows you to import your historical trades by uploading them as a spreadsheet file filled with trades from your Nordnet trading account. This is especially useful if you need to import a large number of trades. All you need to do is select Brokers at the top of the page, search for Nordnet and upload your file.
- Track all of your investments in one place, including global stocks, ETFs, managed funds, property and even cryptocurrency
- Automatically track your dividend and distribution income from stocks, ETFs and mutual/managed funds
- Run powerful reports built for investors, including performance, portfolio diversity, contribution analysis, exposure, multi-currency valuation, multi-period and future income
- See the true picture of your investment performance, including the impact of brokerage fees, dividends, and capital gains with Sharesight’s annualised performance calculation methodology
Sign up for a FREE Sharesight account and get started tracking your investment performance (and tax) today.
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