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    vanguard-funds

    0.0.3 • Public • Published

    Vanguard Funds

    This tool uses Puppeteer to log in to your Vanguard account and fetch your current fund status. The current date (UTC) and all of your fund information will be written to stdout as JSON.

    Installation

    npm install vanguard-funds
    

    Authentication

    There are three ways to provide authentication details to this tool.

    • If you provide a config file that only contains username but not password, the command will prompt you for a username and a password. You can press enter to skip the username field and it will default to your config file value
    • Command line arguments override configuration files

    Config file

    Create ~/.vanguard/credentials with the following contents, replacing the values with your credentials:

    [default]
    username=myusername1234
    password=this1s4pAssw0rD

    Command line parameters

    vanguard-funds -u myusername123 -p this1s4pAssw0rD

    Let the tool prompt you

    If you don't provide a config file or command line arguments, the tool will prompt you to input your credentials when it runs (don't worry, the password is masked).

    Usage

    Assuming that you've configured your credentials correctly, all you need to do is run vanguard-funds on the command line

    Caveats

    If you put your Vanguard password in a config file or on the command line history, make sure that no-one else can read those files.

    I run this on the command line, passing my Vanguard password as a parameter, populated from 1Password:

    vanguard-funds -p $(op get item VanguardInvestments | jq -r '.details.fields[] | select(.designation == "password").value')
    

    Install

    npm i vanguard-funds

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    5

    Version

    0.0.3

    License

    MIT

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    6.05 kB

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