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Useless personal profit and loss statements

Guest A Wright


Guest A Wright

Good morning,


Is there any way to see the profit and loss of a single trade, then all trades cumulatively together, not the live result at the top.
I will buy into a position several times, then sell all at once and theres seems no live way to see what profit was made. I have checked the excel sheet given in trade history, but this gives my trades in a random order, all P/L come with a '-' in front meaning autocalcuate cannot work and you have to go through each trade manually, find the buy and the sell and calculate it yourself. I do 30-50 trades a month and this is a very time consuming.

Please tell me there is a simple way to see the profit of a trade, example:

Buy 10 APPL 08/08/20

Buy 10 APPL 11/08/20

Sell 20 APPL 14/08/20

=£350 profit  after charges, fx etc.

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