This guide is setup to help guide you to the right spot on the majority of broker websites to download exported trades in CSV (excel) format so they can be uploaded to another service like StockTradingToGo Premium.
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Brokers are listed in alphabetical order.
1. Login to your Charles Schwab account.
2. Under the main menu “Accounts”, click “History”.
3. Make sure you are on the “Transactions” tab and not the “Statements & Reports” or “Realized Gain / Loss” tabs.
4. Click the “Edit Filter” to select only “Trades”, Select desired Date Range, click “Search”.
5. With the Trades appearing, click the “Export” link in the top right corner next to “Refresh” and “Print”.
1. Login to your ETRADE account.
2. Under the main menu, click on “Accounts” then the sub-menu link “Tax & Accounts Records”.
3. In the 1st box, “Brokerage Account Statements & Records”, click on “Trade Confirmations”.
4. Click the link on the right “Export your 2013 trades to Microsoft Excel” or use the menu below to select a custom date range and export thereafter.
1. Login to your Fidelity Investments account.
2. From your homepage displaying your accounts, click the “Select action” pulldown and select “History”.
3. Select your time period, then click the “Download” link in the upper right corner between “Help/Glossary” and “Print”.
1. Login to your Firtrade account.
2. Click on My Accounts in the main menu, then click on “Tax Center” in the far right sub menu.
3. In the center of the page you will see the options to select your account and date range. After setting, click the “Excel CSV files” image to download your CSV file.
1. Login to your Interactive Brokers account, Account Management area.
2. In the main menu, click on “Reports”, then “Trade Confirmations”.
3. Click “Create New Flex Query”
4. Name the Query, select text file as export type (TXT), select date range and from the “Available Fields” choose the following: TradeDate, Symbol, Buy/Sell, Price, Quantity, Commission.
5. Save the Query.
6. Run the Query.
7. Copy and paste the text file into Microsoft Excel. File –> Save as –> select “Comma Delimited (CSV)” for Save as Type, choose a name then Save.
1. Login to your TD Ameritrade account.
2. Hover over “My Account” in the main navigation menu and click on “Transactions”.
3. You should now be on the History & Statements page. Change “Type” to “Trades”, set the date/range, then click “Download”.
1. Login to your TradeStation account.
2. Click on “Client Center” in the top right corner to access the TradeStation Client Center.
3. Click on main menu item “Accounts”.
4. Click on “Trades & Other Transactions” in the left sidebar.
5. Select a range, then for Format select “Microsoft Excel” and for Transaction Type select “Trades”. Finally, click “View / Download”.