The history of trade operations is displayed on the Account History page.
The History page contains the history of trade operations on the account, assets history and trigger history.
Select the period for which the transaction history is displayed using filters at the top of the page. Click Apply.
To hide canceled orders, select the 'Skip canceled orders' check box.
Trade history record parameters for Cash accounts
- ID: Unique transaction identification number.
- Create Time: Time when the order was created.
- Type: Order type (Buy/Sell).
- Transaction Type: Transaction type (Order Filled, Order Canceled, Order Expired).
- Symbol: Name of the financial instrument involved in the transaction.
- Volume Requested: Order volume requested for execution (original order volume).
- Visible Volume: Order volume visible in the Depth of Market.
- Rate X/Y Requested: Requested order execution rate.
- Fill Time: Time when the order was filled.
- Volume Filled: Order volume that was actually filled.
- Rate X/Y Filled: Rate at which the order was actually
- Limit Price: Limit price (only for StopLimit orders).
- Volume Remaining: Order volume that was not filled.
- Slippage Control, %: Slippage control value in %.
- Tax: Tax amount. A Brokerage Company is presented as a Tax Agent
for their clients and charges the tax which depends on the amount of dividends.
- Commission: Commission charged for the execution of the order. For Cash
accounts: it should be expressed in asset X for BUY and in asset Y for
SELL. It is shown with asset currency (0.0032 BTC or $1.25).
- Fee Discount: Fee amount. A commission
that is charged for dividends charging operation.
- Rebate: Percentage of trade amount that will be returned back.
- Asset I: change in the balance of asset I on the trading
account as a result of the operation.
- Asset II: change in the balance of asset II on the trading account as a result of the operation.
- Expiration: order expiration time.
- Comment: Comment to the operation.
The Assets History tab contains the history of trade operations displayed individually for each asset involved in transactions. Here you can also see the overall financial result for each asset.
- ∑ Deposit: The total amount of deposits to the trading account in this asset.
- ∑ Withdrawal: The total amount of withdrawals from the trading account in this asset.
- ∑ Bought: The total amount of executed Buy orders in which the asset was involved.
- ∑ Sold: The total amount of executed Sell orders in which the asset was involved.
- ∑ Tax: The total amount of taxes charged in this asset.
- ∑ Commission: The total amount of commission charged in this asset.
- ∑ Rebate: The total percentage of trade amount that will be returned back.
- Δ: Result of the following calculation: ∑ Deposit – ∑ Withdrawal + ∑ Bought – ∑ Sold – ∑ Commission – ∑ Tax.
Export. To export trade and asset history, click CSV, XLSX or PDF at the top right of the table.
Search. To find information in the table, use the search field.
Column chooser. You can customize the history table columns the way you like: some columns can be stuck to the left or right, some of the columns can be hidden.
Number of records. You can select the number of displayed records in the drop-down list at the top left of the table.
Sort. You can sort table contents by a specific parameter by clicking the column name.
Filter. You can filter orders by asset or symbol.
In the Trigger History tab, you can view the list of all activated contingent orders.
A contingent order is an order that is linked to, and requires, the execution of another event. The contingent order is executed, when the event occurs (e.g. Stop Loss order). The stop loss to sell is contingent upon a security first being bought.
Trade history record parameters
- Contingent Order ID: Id of the Contingent Order.
- Transaction Time: Time when the order was placed.
- Trigger Type: Type of trigger (On time, On pending order expired, On pending order filled).
- Triggered by Order: While creating a contingent order, a user specifies a pending order. Activation of this pending order will trigger contingent order execution.
- Trigger Time: Time when the trigger is enabled.
- Result State: Success (the pending order is activated) or Fault (there was not enough margin while a pending order was activating).
- Type: Side/type of a contingent order: Buy/Sell and Stop/Limit.
- Symbol: Financial instrument.
- Amount: Order volume.
- Price: Order activation price.