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Hi IG,

 

just wanted to say thanks for finally having a trade analytics sections as i am finding it helpful. knew you should always keep yor own records but often forget or i lose some info to mess up the totals so this has been helpful to know that all my trades are included.

 

thanks again, 

 

Darethc

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19 hours ago, Coombsy said:

Hi IG,

 

just wanted to say thanks for finally having a trade analytics sections as i am finding it helpful. knew you should always keep yor own records but often forget or i lose some info to mess up the totals so this has been helpful to know that all my trades are included.

 

thanks again, 

 

Darethc

Apologies for the late response. We're in the initial beta launch phase and that we'll be rolling out more functionality and improvements. As we're still in the testing phase, not all clients will have access yet but it will be available to everyone in the coming months. 

The project manager informed me of some options they're looking into going forward. Do keep in mind that these are not definite but I wanted to share the future options they're considering: 

  • Ability to tag individual trades
  • We're discussing showing a chart of the underlying during the lifetime of the trade
  • Chart your PnL over time
  • The ability to drill into markets to see a trade by trade breakdown
     
    If you have any suggestions @Coombsy, let me know :)

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Hi Charlotte, 

 

for me it’s about being able to identify what works and what doesn’t. So having the option to pull out individual trades is a must. 
 

the p/l chart over time would be handy. For me I’d use it to get motivation from either a loss to change strategy or a profit would encourage my approach. 
 

Lastly can we get a lifetime account analysis as I see at the moment it’s only back to 2018. Understand if the data not there thou. 
 

Regards

 

Coombsy

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18 hours ago, Coombsy said:

Hi Charlotte, 

 

for me it’s about being able to identify what works and what doesn’t. So having the option to pull out individual trades is a must. 
 

the p/l chart over time would be handy. For me I’d use it to get motivation from either a loss to change strategy or a profit would encourage my approach. 
 

Lastly can we get a lifetime account analysis as I see at the moment it’s only back to 2018. Understand if the data not there thou. 
 

Regards

 

Coombsy

Hey @Coombsy- thanks for your message. 

After speaking with the product owner they confirmed that unfortunately they don't plan to make data before 2018 available. Sorry about that :( 

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I am also requesting an ACCOUNT p&l not just trade p&l.

I'm looking for a metric such as percentage return over a select period that takes into account deposits and withdrawals over the period

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