April 2, 2018
January 9, 2011
In addition to my discount broker site, I use morningstar.ca and finance.yahoo.com by setting up a mock portfolio of stocks to routinely track them (15 minute delay), as its faster to open up than using my discount brokerage.
Its possible in both sites to do what you want. However it takes some manual recording of a previous day/month/year value and today's value, then use a calculator. There's nothing automatic that I know of.
In both cases, there is a past stock value chart with multiple range choices, from one day to 10 years or more. Maximizing the chart, a mouse target will show any day's of any year's value. In Morningstar, you pick 'quote' when on a stock's page, then 'show full chart', and then the age range you want. Yahoo is slightly easier to get there.
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February 16, 2013
I use the Toronto Stock Exchange website. It is https://money.tmx.com/en/
You can poke around there and see if it meets your needs.