EVP Office only charges for each evaluation of a particular security on a particular date for each portfolio file. A “security” is defined by the value you enter into the
Identifier column, so
IBM and the CUSIP for IBM are considered different securities.
This means that if you change the number of shares for a security that you’ve already evaluated and re-evaluate, you won’t be charged.
If you add a security to an already-evaluated portfolio and re-evaluate, you’ll only charged for the new security.
If you change the evaluation date and re-evaluate, you’ll be charged for each security, as they’re all being priced anew on the new date.
If you create an entirely new portfolio and re-enter the same securities and a date you used in the original evaluation, and evaluate, you’ll be changed for each security, as this is an entirely new portfolio.