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Check closed trades on the History page
Check closed trades on the History page

View and check your history with completed trades.

Updated over a week ago


In this section, you're able to see all the past trades you've made in the SmartTrade section.

Switch to the "History" tab to find all completed trades.

Filter Options

Using the "Created on" and "Closed on" options, you can filter by dates from when you created the trades:

You can set a date range, select to see trades up to a specific date, or lastly, select to see trades from a selected date and onwards.

For example, selecting from 05/01/2023 to 05/31/2023 would provide you with all the trades you've created in May or you can set a date range: from 01/01/2022 to 12/31/2022 to get all trades created/closed throughout 2022.

You can use the "Account" filter to select a specific, linked exchange you'd like to view the SmartTrades of:

The "Clear filters" button will clear the applied filters:

The arrow beside it will show/hide the filter options.

These other options will hide specific types of SmartTrades to help you filter through the trades you're not wanting to view:

You're able to hide canceled, finished, failed, or Simple trades.
A simple trade would be a trade that has one action: buy, or sell.

Lastly, you are able to export your trade information as a CSV file using the "Export" button.
This will have you select the date format you'd prefer, and download it directly to your computer.

Expand Trade for more details

You can click the expand button near the pair to see more information on the trade such as the Price you purchase, the price the deal closed at, The Take profit price condition, and any Buy/Sell steps taken during the life of the trade.
You can do this with active trades too.

Open a detailed chart

Click the pair name to open a helpful chart with all the orders a SmartTrade completed or are currently active. This will work for both active and closed trades.

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