How did you arrive at the numbers in the summary section of the Trade Board?
This is the total number of trade confirmations that you've added to the system via CSV import
This is the Date/Time of the most recent trade processed from your trade confirmations.
Calculated from your trade confirmations. These are realized gains from stock and options trades and include deductions for commissions paid.
This is a roll up of all commissions you've paid on all trade confirmations added to the system.
This is equal to the total commissions paid divided by the number of trades made.
When you upload a CSV, your trade confirmations are rolled up into your Trade Board, which is an aggregation of trade data by Symbol.
This is the stock symbol for the underlying Asset.
This is the quantity of shares that you currently have in your portfolio.
The cost basis for the quantity of shares in your portfolio is an average of all of the purchases of stock. When you sell shares, the quantity is reduced by the amount sold at the average price. When you buy more shares, the quantity purchased is added to the quantity and a new average price is calculated.
This is your cost basis from above adjusted with options income and commission paid. You can use this number to know, for example, if you sell covered calls at a particular price, whether or not that would put you at an overall loss if the stock were to be called away. Let's say you bought 100 shares at $20 and sold a Call option for $0.50 and paid $1.00 in commission. Then your adjusted cost basis for those 100 shares is $2,000 - $50 + $1.00 all divided by 100 = $19.51
These are the cumulative proceeds received or paid for both stock and option transactions.
Same as the summary capital gains, this is the total capital gains for the particular symbol inclusive of options trades and commission paid.
Total commission paid for all transactions for this symbol.
The number of trades recorded.
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