I know a lot of people use spreadsheets & other tools for tracking their portfolio, but there are a decent number of investors like me, fairly new to the game who don’t have either the knowledge or the time (or both!) to setup a decent tracking solution of their own.
I discovered a free tool to do it for me last night, providing portfolio details including performance. The guy running it is very friendly and provides amazing support - I had a few issues adding some of my stock and he responded really quickly to sort them all out for me, and the service is free (you can donate towards a coffee if you want to)
It does provide some limited visibility of your portfolio, namely the date and name of the shares purchased, but not the money spent, or the number of shares purchased, and you don’t have to use your name so it can’t be tied back to you as an individual. The intention behind this is (my words, not theirs) to provide knowledge and awareness of portfolio types and what types of setups people are developing. I’m personally on board with this message as a new investor, more visibility of what my portfolio is doing, and what others are doing is really helpful and I can’t see a negative angle as the limited information provided in no way gives anyone useful knowledge to use in a malicous manner about me or my portfolio.
The site is https://www.holfolio.com/
Edit. I hope Freetrade are ok with me posting this, but I assume they will be - the guys message is fundamentally the same as Freetrades - financial advice shouldn’t be expensive. Check the site out, it may be useful to you, it may not be - it definitely is for me.