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Better short-term view of profit / loss in history or somewhere else?

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I am usually doing scalps, and it can become quiet a few trades in a day. I am currently trading with Turbo24, and in the History view I am getting info for entry and exit (ex. € -100 for entry, € +110 for exit). When the day is done, I can glimpse over the account and know the profit or loss, but it would be great with a view saying "Profit: +10".


Not sure if this is implemented in any of the other account types, but it is certainly missing in Turbo24, and it would be a very welcome feature which I do not think would be too hard to add to the web platform and/or app :) The most appropriate views would be for the day, the week and month.


If it actually is available somewhere please let me know, and if it does not exist (as I am suspicious of) then I wonder if anyone else agrees that this is something they should add? :)




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If I am not crystal clear, then what I ask for is a simplified view of profit.


Currently to know exactly how much I gained or lost, I am calculating from the history.

So for one day, I would go through like 20-30 lines to know the exact amount.

As an example, today, I would need to look through all these entries to know how much I gained or lost. (censored fields, as the only necessary information is basically how many lines)image.thumb.png.7a05e687748706a8261a89d718b39424.png

If we would have a simplified view that was easy to access that shows this  information, then that would've been awesome :) 




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