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Daily total profit/loss figure


Rockrat

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It would b great if with one click of a button I could see the total profit/loss amount as a financial amount for a defined period instead of a list of all positions.

Eg, total profit for today is £320.

 

Basically, I think the best way would be to have a total at the bottom of the transactions list, saving me having to add them all up.

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It may also be a good idea to have a Total profit and loss figure in points/pips at the bottom in addition to the £ figure, that way I could see how many points I've made/lost for all my currently open positions just like I can see it in £

 

Profit and Loss in points as well as in pounds 

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