I have basically only few ETF, VTI+VXUS in taxabale and a bunch of ETF in VIAC.
I wanted to know my true exposure to various currencies, countries, and how much overlap was there on certain stocks.
I tried Portfolio Analysts from Interactive Broker after being spammed from them in the newsletter. It actually does what I want, but of course it doesn’t have in his database the ETF from Credit Suisse used by VIAC.
I’ve started using proxy, which is an imperfect solution (ie using iShares SMI instead of CS Switzerland Large Equity) but is a bit of a pain, you need to calculate how much money you have in VIAC in that ETF (and you need to manually switch tab in the VIA website, since there is no aggregated data of all your ETF) then divide by the share price of your proxy ETF to come up with some fractional share number to use to get the same money in the iShares ETF.
On top of that certain ETF work very well, in other the price is not retrieved automatically (like for SDPR World Small Cap ETF) and the Fund Parser, which is actually the really cool thing, doesn’t work.
On one side Portfolio Analyst really does all that I want, even give you a “long” situation (ie country of residence of ETF distribution) and a “parsed long” view where the tool scan through each underlying currency and exposure and give you the real global distribution (VTI goes from 100%US to 94% US, 6% rest of the world).
You can see how much money is in your top 50 stocks etc of all your ETF combined.
Is there any alternative? The limitation are too big, right now I can’t find a way to track world small cap stocks that make up for a certain amount in VIAC.