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Is it possible to open multiple position in the same market? (Share Trading)



Currently if I open a new position for Company X with two shares, then add another share a week later, I then have a three share position (and showing a combined P&L).

Is it possible to open a new position on Company X for two shares, a week later open a seperate position for Company X for one share, and have two position open against the same market - with a seperate P&L, and the option to close one position without closing the other (or impacting it in any way).

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Not that I'm aware of, if your trying to figure out P/L then download the CSV History file and calculate it off that.  That's how I do my Journal entries into Edgewonk.  Then in the positions window of the trading platform you can edit the book cost to match your first parcel and the platform shows the correct entry.


I run two journals Edgewonk and a custom Excel sheet that is made to match the CSV file of my trade history.  I also use Sharesight to auto import my trading activity and this quickly produces the tax report ready for submission (Australian Tax)

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