TradeMax provides you the facility to import Previous Year Holding Position. You can import baseline from last December’s Statement,Such as Quicken Statement(Qif,Qfx type),Ofx format file or XLS, CSV,Text which include Baseline files etc.The importing process is also a profile setting-up process. It provides you with a wizard to filter the useful trade data, match the data, and then generate a TradeMax data format for the following tax purpose calculation.
- The file could have one of the following type extension: *.csv, *.txt, *.xls, *.qif, *ofx, *.qfx, *tdf.
- You should select last December’s QFX or TLF data file to import baseline trade data.
Let us take AB Watlry for example:
- Click Import button and select Import Baseline.
- Select I want to import data from local file from the pop-up dialog.
- Click File Browser Button to select data file from your computer and then click Next Button to continue.
- Click Next to pop up Map Field dialog box.
- Click Next to pop up Symbol Validation dialog box.
- More Detail,please check import from local file.
|Account||Select an account to import your data|
|Trade Time Range||Automatically display the date range of existing trades in the current account|
|If you have trade data in your computer, please select I want to import data from local file.|
|If you want to skip the file downloaded process, just select I want to import data copied from broker Transaction History Report.|
|Include Baseline||If you have already appended baseline position, you will need to select the checkbox and enter your specific tax year or select it with the arrows at the right side|
|Profile Name||Preset import profiles for importing trade data. With the default profile, you can skip Step 2, Step 4 and Step 5
Default is : Profile Wizard
|Import File||Click Browser File Button to select data file from your computer.
Note: If you select last December’s QFX,QIF or TLF data file,you should select correct profile from the profile dropdown list.
In this step, you can map your data by assigning or mapping the column header. (With the File Profile, this step will be skipped.)