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Table of trades

The table of trades saves all completed trades along with their attributes.

The table of trades is created automatically from a brokerage’s transaction report according to a special algorithm or is filled in manually by using the built-in editor.

The data in the table of trades is the source of all other tables and charts.

From a brokerage’s report, the date and time of entry/exit, the direction, the entry/exit price, and the commission are loaded.

Additional attributes must be entered manually or by using the bulk edit functionality.

Additional attributes are needed for diagrams in the “Trading style statistics” group.

The table of trades contains all completed trades along with their attributes, but only those trades are shown which fall within the period set in the trades management panel.

Trades are displayed page by page. The number of trades on one page can be set in the lower left corner of the table.

When a report is loaded, the period for which trades are displayed will be set based on the information in the brokerage report.

Trades can be sorted by any attribute by clicking on the column title.

1. Checkboxes for selecting trades. After you have selected trades, you can set additional attributes for them, combine them, or delete them. Checkboxes can only be set one page at a time.


You will then find the columns:

“Open. date” – opening date of trade

“Open. time” – opening time of trade

“Clos. date” – closing date of trade

“Clos. time” – closing time of trade

“Instr.” – name of instrument (stock, currency pair, futures)

“Trade dir.” – direction of trade (L – long, S – short)

“Open. price” – opening price of trade in the currency of the account

“Clos. price” – closing price of the trade in the currency of the account.

“Amt.” – amount

“Commission” – commission, cost of the trade

“NET corr.” – NET correction

“Result” – trade result taking all costs into account (Net). This is calculated as: NET = Gross - Commission - NET correction.

“%” – percentage of trade profitability (%). This is calculated as follows: (Net/Deposit on the day of closing the trade*100%). Works only when deposit is full.

“Init. stop” – the initial stop. This is an important parameter for calculating the ratio of risk to reward. Before the opening of a position, it is necessary to determine the price point at which the position should be closed at a loss to protect capital, the so-called stop-loss. Enter the value of the stop-loss price into the field

“R” – multiple R. In terms of multiple R, the main principle of speculation will be: keep losses on the level of 1 R as long as possible, and allow your profit to reach large values of multiple R. It is calculated as follows: R = (Closing price - Opening price)/ (Opening price - Initial stop), where initial stop is the price of the stop order.

“Entry method” – an analytic meant to reflect the method of entry into the trade. Methods can be adjusted in the report settings for each trade by using the editor or by bulk editing of trades.

“Exit method” – the exit method (similar to “Entry method”).

“Strategy” – strategy – (method “Entry”).

“Analytic 1” – a user-defined analytic (similar to “Entry method”), except that the name of the setting is assigned arbitrarily. “Directory” type

“Analytic 2” – a user-defined analytic (similar to “Analytic 1”)

“Analytic 3” – a user-defined analytic. “Number” type

“Valuation” – an analytic for the valuation of your position, for example, on a five-point scale

For additional analytics there are tables, charts, and diagrams in the section “Trading style statistics”. Additional analytics must be configured in the display settings for your account. For each analytic, the editor provides a field to fill in and the ability to make bulk edits

“Comment” – for each trade you can leave comments which are shown below the editor when you click on the trade

“Loaded” – the date and time when the trade was created or loaded. For each trade, you can add up to 4 screenshots, each of which can be up to 400kb in size. Thumbnails are shown below the editor when you click on a trade. By clicking on a thumbnail you can make it expand to full size.