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Trade accounting software

Up until now I have been inputting trades from two separate broker's accounts into a spreadsheet from which to produce analysis, but it's starting to get a bit big and ungainly and the spreadsheet's charting is reaching its limits.
The stats within the charting/trading app are nice but not good enough given that I want to combine trades from two accounts.

I'd like to migrate to a software package that is specific for this purpose and would pay for a very definitive one.

I don't mind manually entering in the trades but I would like it to be able to calculate stuff like historical end of weekend account value using the weekend's close prices and other statistics to track the state of my virtual account.

A bit of Googling hasn't turned up much, unfortunately. There must be something like this out there!

Thanks!

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Up until now I have been inputting trades from two separate broker's accounts into a spreadsheet from which to produce analysis, but it's starting to get a bit big and ungainly and the spreadsheet's charting is reaching its limits.
The stats within the charting/trading app are nice but not good enough given that I want to combine trades from two accounts.

I'd like to migrate to a software package that is specific for this purpose and would pay for a very definitive one.

I don't mind manually entering in the trades but I would like it to be able to calculate stuff like historical end of weekend account value using the weekend's close prices and other statistics to track the state of my virtual account.

A bit of Googling hasn't turned up much, unfortunately. There must be something like this out there!

Thanks!

I can't recall the name of the software right now, but ask @aztrader9 for his input --- he evaluated some software for a long while that might help you. Hopefully he'll come visit this thread

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here you go...

https://secure.softwarekey.com/solo/products/Product.aspx?ProductID=46408

this thing is pretty cool and it accepts .csv files from ninja or any other system that will out put trades via csv.

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here you go...

https://secure.softwarekey.com/solo/products/Product.aspx?ProductID=46408

this thing is pretty cool and it accepts .csv files from ninja or any other system that will out put trades via csv.

This link has more info:

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Another good option is: StockTickr - A Trading Journal That Makes Traders More Profitable
- create detailed performance analysis, bulk import of trades or seamlessly integrate with a couple of available brokers, and many other interesting features
For someone Sim-ing and wanting to keep costs low, there is free version with less functionality, but trades must be entered manually.

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Thanks fellas, both exactly what I'm after! The former looks quite powerful!

Will trial them both though.

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Thanks fellas, both exactly what I'm after! The former looks quite powerful!

Will trial them both though.

Cheers

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I know this is a super old thread, but I'm wanting to know if anyone has software they recommend for accounting and performance metrics?

I have been reviewing Tradelog...any other quality options out there?

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I know this is a super old thread, but I'm wanting to know if anyone has software they recommend for accounting and performance metrics?

I have been reviewing Tradelog...any other quality options out there?

Checkout tradervue.com

https://futures.io/trading-reviews-vendors/21650-www-tradervue-com-journaling-trade-analytics.html

It may not be exactly what you're looking for, but it's worth a look.

I did a rather extensive review on it in the above thread.

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