Become a profitable trader Learn How?

Step 1: Get the right statement

First, you have to get the broker/platform statement and export. Below you find a list with the platforms we support. *

 

1) Make sure you are using the default layout (Preferences >> Layout >> Default Layout)

2) Go to the History tab at the bottom of the platform

3) On the right, you see a green button called “Statement

4) First, click on the small down arrow and activate “Export to Excel

5) Then click on the button itself and cTrader will create an Excel statement in its installation folder

You can import your Dukascopy statement usually called “Dukas_Copy_Close_Positions.csv” if you follow the steps below:

1) Log in to the account

2) Go in the “Reports” section

3) From there, chose “position report” and export the trades.

1) Go to Account History tab and right click

2) Export the xlsx report

You can upload your “Combined Account Statement” from FXCM which comes as an HTML file.

Download the FXCM html file to your computer and then go to step 2 below to see how to import the trading data.

You can import excel csv statements from IG directly into Edgewonk. The screenshot shows how to access the export in your IG platform. Make sure to choose “Profit/loss breakdown“:

Once in your classic platform, you can obtain the statement following the steps below:

You can import excel and csv statements from IG directly into Edgewonk. Please note that at this point, you can only import statements that you have downloaded through the classic platform – the screenshot shows how to access the classic platform in your IG account:

 

Once in your classic platform, you can obtain the statement following the steps below:

1) In your account on the Interactive Broker website, you can obtain the statement by following the steps:

IB account website > Reports > Activity > Third-Party Downloads > Choose period > TradeLog format

2) Simply copy and paste the data you get into the field in your Edgewonk journal

Then follow the steps of the importer. If the profits and losses are shown in different currencies, you can convert the values in the last step during the import. The profit/loss figures are editable.

1) Open the Terminal (shortcut: CTRL + T)

2) Go to the Account History tab

3) Right-click and choose Custom Period – make sure to select the right period for your import

4) Right-click into the trade list and choose “Save as Report

MetaTrader will then create a new html file which is the one we will use for the import.

1) Open your Account Performance tab

2) Go to the sub-tab Trades

3) Important: Change the Mode to Currency

4) Change the period you want to export

5) Click on Generate to update the table

6) Right-click into the table and choose Grid >> Export to Excel

 

That’s it. NinjaTrader will create a new Excel file with your trade data. Only .xlsx files can be imported right now. So if your NinjaTrader gives you an .xls file, please convert it to .xlsx. In the future, we will add the old .xls import as well.

1) Click on New at the top and select Trade Performance from the drop down menu

2) Under Display, select Trades and also Currency (Important!)

3) Set the period you want to export

4) Click on Generate to update the view

5) Right-click into the table and select Export

Now, Ninjatrader creates a new Excel file you can you as an import to Edgewonk. Only .xlsx files can be imported right now. So if your NinjaTrader gives you an .xls file, please convert it to .xlsx. In the future, we will add the old .xls import as well.

We support Oands csv statement imports.

In your Oanda platform, click on “Transaction History” at the top right.

 

Then, choose the period and make sure to click on export as csv.

You can import your statement now.

1) Go to Trade >> Activity Log (CTRL + SHIFT + A)

2) Switch to the Trades tab inside the window that opened

3) Click ‘File‘ and ‘Save Log As

Note: Only what is currently displayed on the tab itself is actually saved to the file. Make sure you do not have any filters active to get your whole data

Please take a look at the screenshot below. You can import your Stage 5 csv statement into Edgewonk if it has the same columns and column order.

We support the csv TradeZero statement import.

Please download the csv statement from your platform with the same columns and column order as shown below:

Below you see a screenshot of the format that the excel import has to be in order for you to import the data into Edgewonk correctly. 

Please note that each trade has to be entered in one row. If you have a trade with multiple entries or exits, you must break it down into individual rows or average the price.

It’s important that you use the same date format to ensure the import works.

Not all columns are mandatory as indicated in the sample. You can download the excel file below:

Download Edgework Excel import file