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Viewing historical open positions for my portfolio

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I'd like to have the ability to view open positions historically (e.g. last 28 days, from x date to x date) for a portfolio of shares. Is this possible?

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You can see a list of the trades you have made over a given period by going into the Share Dealing platform > History > Go to older trades > Transactions > Edit your timeframe > Client Consideration > View History. Screenshot below.


Hope that helps



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