Transaction history

The Transaction History window lets you download and view the entire transaction history for each of your accounts, starting with your very first trade. To view it, select Account > Full Transaction History (or click the History action button) in the fxTrade platform. Alternately, you can access it from your My Account page by clicking on View my trading transaction history.


Transaction history controls

Use the following controls, located at the top of the transaction history window, to specify the data you would like to view. Once you have made your selections, click the 'Confirm' button to generate the transaction history report table.

Accounts: allows you to select the account for which you would like to view transaction history data.

From date/to date and number of days to retrieve: allows you to choose either a specific date range or a number of past days for which to view transaction history data.

Time zone: sets the timezone to be used for timestamps on the transaction history data.

Field selection: allows you to set which columns are displayed in the transaction history report table. (Note: the ticket, date, and transaction columns are always shown and cannot be disabled.

Filter selection: allows you to filter data by viewing any combination of administrative, orders or trades data.

Export transactions: generates a downloadable ZIP file containing the specified transaction history data in CSV (comma-separated values) format for importing into spreadsheet software (e.g. Excel).

Account statement: displays your official OANDA account statements in PDF format.

Account summary: displays yearly summaries of interest and profit/loss on your account.



Transaction history report table

The transaction history report table has up to 19 columns, as shown in the sample screenshot. The report may contain more data than can be displayed on one page; if this is the case, the number of pages and the current page are shown in a bar at the top of the table. To navigate between pages, use the 'First', 'Previous', 'Next' and 'Last' buttons.

Ticket: uniquely identifies the transaction.

MT4 ID: uniquely identifies the transaction (specific to transactions made within MT4).

Date: the date and time of the transaction.

Expiry: indicates Entry Order expiry dates.

Traded by: identifies who made the transaction. For accounts with only one user, this field will typically be blank; for multi-user accounts, the user who placed the trade is indicated.

Transaction: identifies the type of transaction.

Currency Pair: the currency pair associated with the transaction.

Price: the currency exchange rate related to the transaction.

Units: the size of the transaction, in units, expressed in the base currency.

Stop loss: the price specified for a stop loss. For more information about stop loss and take profit, see place a market order.

Take profit: the price specified for a take profit.

Trailing stop (pipettes): the distance in pipettes (fractional pips) specified for a trailing stop.

Transaction link: the transaction number of the original transaction. For example, the transaction number for an entry order in one row of the history report will also appear in the transaction link column of another row describing any activity related to this original entry order (for example, modify order, order fulfilled, order expired, and so on).

Lower bound: the price specified as the lower bound. For more information about bounds, see place a market order.

Upper bound: the price specified as the upper bound.

Interest: interest paid on open positions. For more information about interest, see interest rate calculation.

P/L: the amount of profit or loss for the transaction.

Amount: this field shows two types of data depending on the transaction:

  • The number of units of the base currency for trades. This value is not used in the P/L calculation and does not affect the value in the account balance field.
  • A monetary amount shown in the account home currency, for monetary transactions other than trades (for example, for interest credited and debited, or fund deposits and withdrawals). Interest amounts are added to or deducted from the account balance.
 

Balance: shows the account balance at the conclusion of the transaction. This value is not affected by open trades; it is only updated when a trade is closed.

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