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Trade view — The Default Window


Trade View help you quickly manage your trade data/trade account and prepare your Schedule D.


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Basic Function
1. Trade Panel Trade Panel is designed to help you quickly manage accounts and trades.
2. Trade Grid Trade Grid is the main section where users are able to view and interact with their trades.
3. Broker Account Tree The Account List is designed to help you quickly find the accounts or data View. There are five Brokerage types:

  1. Standard Brokerage account—– General investing account that helps you build and manage a diversified portfolio. Standard Brokerage accounts can be individual, joint, custodial, or business accounts.
  2. IRA or Keogh account—- Special accounts that allow saving taxes deferred until money is withdrawn. These plans are subject to frequent changes in law with respect to the deductibility of contributions. Withdrawals of tax-deferred contributions are taxed as income, including the capital gains from such accounts.
  3. 529 College Saving Plans—- A tax-advantaged investment program that can be used to fund a child’s higher education at any accredited U.S. post-secondary school. Plans are established by individual states but are typically available nationwide.
  4. UGMA/UTMAs— A brokerage account that allows you to invest on behalf of a minor. Funds can be used for any expense the child incurs, not just education. Ultimately, the child assumes ownership of the account, with a portion of withdrawals taxed at their rate.
  5. Single Mutual Fund— A account is professionally managed and can be a simplified way to diversify a portfolio.
If you select the Trade in the Trade Panel or Quick Access panel,you will get the Account List (similar to the picture above). Accounts are organized in logical groups that are collected together under tabs.
4. Group By Panel Drag a column header here to group by that column.
5. Time Range Filter First select the Begin and End Date then press the Apply button to filter the trades within a period.
6. Preset View TradeMax provides the frequently-used view for the data grid. You can select one from the Preset view dropdown list or skip it if you like.
7.Quick Access Bar Click one alphabet button to go to the specific trades beginning with the specific alphabet.

Trade Panel

Trade Panel is designed to help you quickly manage accounts and trades.

Basic Function
Actions Group Import Import trade history
Append Append a trade
Edit Edit your trade records
Delete Delete selected trade records
Price 1. Download the Price of holding securities in the end of specific Finance year ( used for unrealized G/L Report)2. Download Put Options’ underlying stock price on the day before transaction date. (Used for Checking the Put Option is in-the-money)
Market Download Exchange Market for a symbol
Scan Scan the status of transactions in the current data grid and the concerned trades will be highlighted in red or green:1. Red records indicate the error transaction:a.If there is no position on hold, a close action(Sale to Close, Buy to Cover) will generate errors.b.when option exercised or assigned, the strike price of the option didn’t match the underlying stock trade price.c. When option exercised or assigned, the quantity of the option didn’t match the underlying stock trade quantity..d. When the option expired, the close price is not zero.e. Missing/Inconsistent Data fields by using Qty, Price, Commission, Fees and Rate information.

2. Green records indicate that the closed transactions (A Sale to Close, a Buy to Cover ) close all your holding open position.

Note: You should manually adjust the action , quantity, sequence of the trade to correct these errors.

Save Save the trade record (Keyboard Shortcuts: CTRL + S)
Clipboard Group Copy Copy selected trade records (Keyboard Shortcuts: CTRL + C)
Paste Paste selected trade records to specific field (Keyboard Shortcuts: CTRL + V)
Undo Undo the last action (Keyboard Shortcuts: CTRL +Z/ALT + Backspace)
Redo Redo the previously undo action (Keyboard Shortcuts: CTRL +Y)
Backup Backup a data file
Restore Restore a backup file
Up Move the transaction records traded on the same day up
Down Move the transaction records of same date down
View Group Group By Box Press the Group By Box button to activate the Group By panel which is at the top of the data grid.It allows grouping data by single or multiple columns. You can either set grid column(s) that will be used for grouping, or enable Group By Box where grouped columns may be dropped at runtime
Field Chooser Press the Field Chooser button to activate the Field Chooser box floating above the data grid.The built-in Filed Chooser provides a simple and efficient way to organize the grid layout: you can drag and drop the column header to the chooser from the grid header. You can also drag any required field from the chooser and drop it either on the grid header, or on the group box.
Outlook Bar Hide or display the Account List
Column Auto-Resize Allow TradeMax to automatically resize columns in the data grid.
Help Button Click Help Button to get Help Document.( Keyboard Shortcuts: F1)

Preset View


Section 1: Preset View

TradeMax provides the frequently-used view of the data grid. You can select one from the Preset View‘ dropdown list or skip it if you like.

Option
Description
Default Last selected Preset View
Tradesimple Display trade records with the frequently-used trade parameters
Tradefull Display trade records with the entire trade parameters
GroupbySymbol Provides you the data grid grouped by symbol
Checkaction Provides you a convenient way to check the Action and the ActionName by positioning together the two columns to the left of the data grid
Finance Display all cash flow trade records . Additionally, the data grid is grouped by Action.
Optiontrade Display all option related trade records
GroupByAction Provides you the data grid grouped by Action

 

Note:

  • The data grid is grouped by TradeDate by default.
  • If you customize the appearance of data grid manually and can’t find some column headers, you can get back your entire column header by selecting the option TradeFull in the Preset View or use Field Chooser function to drag column header back.

 

 

 

Data Grid


Data Grid

Section 4: Data Grid

The Grid is the main section where users are able to view and interact with their trades.

  1. All trades are sorted by TradeDate.
  2. The current record is indicated by a small triangle to the far left of the record and by a blue background color.
  3. Columns can be resized by positioning the mouse cursor over the line between the columns in the column header row, holding down the left mouse button and dragging the line to the desired location.To print the grid in one page, you can hold down the left mouse button and drag the far right line to your wish location.

    In addition, TradeMax will resize your columns automatically when you select the Column Auto-Resize checkbox.

  4. Records can be sorted in ascending or descending order by clicking on any column header. For example, to sort by symbol in ascending order, click Symbol in the column header once and there will be up-arrow after Symbol. To sort in descending order, click Symbol twice and there will be a down-arrow after Symbol. To cancel the sorting, you can click Symbol the third time.
  5. Expand/ collapse the item
    1. You can collapse / expand all items one by one or use the right-clicking any item and selecting the Expand All Items or Collapse All Items as the following:
      • Right click the data grid and select the Collapse All Items 
      • Right-click the grid to select the Expand All Items and you will again get the first picture back.
    2. You can also click to collapse one item and click to expand one item
  6. The scroll bar (at far right) can be used to scroll the display up or down.Keyboard shortcuts also can be used to quickly scroll up or down as follows:
    • <Up Arrow> and <Down Arrow> keys move one record at a time.
    • <Page Up> and <Page Down> keys move one whole page at a time.
    • < End> moves to the very end of the file.
    • < Home> moves to the very beginning of the file.

 

Delete Trades


If you find duplicated records in the data grid, TradeMax allows you to delete them with just a few clicks, as follows:

  1. Select the records you want to delete in the Grid
    Learn more about: How to select trade records
  2. Press the Delete button in the Trade Tab
    -OR-

  1. Select the records you want to edit in the Grid
    Learn more about: How to select trade records
  2. Right-click the selected records and select the Trade Delete from its context menu

Find Trades


With TradeMax, you can find and display specific trade records:

To display trades within data range in data grid:

  • Select the BeginDate/EndDate checkbox to activate this function
  • Type in the begindate/enddate manually or select it from the dropdown list

Learn more about: how to select the date

To display trade records by using the column header Filter:

  1. Click the icon next to the column header in the data grid (for example, column header Symbol)
  2. A Filter popup box will appear:

  3. Select the checkbox to select specific symbols. You can select the Select All checkbox to select or unselect all.
  4. Click OK

Print Setup


With TradeMax, you can print your data grid, report and calendar with the following options in the Quick Access Bar.

 

In this section, we will provide you a step-by-step wizard to setup a print.

  1. Click the arrow at the right of the Print button in the Quick Access Bar
  2. Select the Print Setup in the dropdown menu

  3. A dialog box shows:

  4. Choose the Pinter, Printing Paper and Orientation . If you want to print your files with the Printer in the Network, you can press the button Network… and fill the following dialog box.

 

 

 

Print a Data Grid


TradeMax allows you to print your data gird if you want. The follows provides a step-by-step wizard:
  1. Print Preview

    With it, you can adjust your printing data file before printing.

    • Click button Print Preview in the Quick Access Bar
    • Come with the Preview Window.

      Use the tool in the Quick Tool Panel.

      The Print Setup button used to adjust the Pinter, Printing Paper and Orientation

    • Press the Close button to close the preview
  2. Print
    • Click the button Print in the Quick Access Bar
    • A dialog box will pop-up:

    • Select the Printer, Print range and Copies.
    • Press OK to complete the process.

 

 

 

User Interface


The page below helps you to review the basic function of each section of the Trade Window.

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Basic Function
1. Main Button Click Main Button to print your documents or choose View or enter your Name and SSN with the Option button in the Main Button.
2. Ribbon The Ribbon is designed to help you quickly find the commands that you need to complete a task. Commands are organized in logical groups that are collected together under tabs.
Trade Tab is designed to help you quickly switch to Trade View to manage accounts and trades.
Security Tab is designed to help you quickly switch to Security View to manage Security list.
Forex Rates Tab is designed to help you quickly switch to Forex Rates View to manage forex rates.
3. Trade Grid Trade Grid is the main section where users are able to view and interact with their trades.
Symbol Grid is the main section where users are able to view their symbols after they import their trades into TradeMax
Forex Rates Grid is the main section where users are able to view and download historical foreign exchange rates.
4. Broker Tree The Trade Account List is designed to help you quickly find the accounts or data View.
The Security List is designed to help you quickly find the symbols.
The Forex Rates List is designed to help you quickly find s-currency.
Click the Outlook Bar in the Ribbon Tab to hide it.
5. Group By Box Drag a column header here to group by that column.
6. Preset View TradeMax provides the frequently-used view for the data grid. You can select one from the Preset view dropdown list or skip it if you like.
7. Quick Access Panel Switch your work view.
Click the Trade button on the Quick Access panel to switch to Trade View.
Click the Security button on the Quick Access panel to switch to Security View.
Click the Forex Rates button on the Quick Access panel to switch to Forex Rates View.
8. Information Bar Show the implement information of the above data grid.
9. Output Tab Press the Output Tab to display basic information.
10. Scan Tab Press the Scan Tab to display scan information.
11. Price History Tab Press the Price History Tab to display symbols’ price in specific time.
12. Quick Access Toolbar

The Quick Access Toolbar is a customizable toolbar containing a set of commands that are independent of the tab that is currently displayed.You can add buttons that represent commands to the Quick Access Toolbar.

13. Title Bar The Title Bar provides the version of TradeMax you are using (for example, Trade-Neutral Trend TradeMax Premier Edition).
14. Style Button Click Style button to select your favorite skin of your TradeMax .
15. Help Button Press the Help button to view the information of the current vision. In addition, from its dropdown list, you can get the online help, Register&Purchase, Update your TradeMax, Contact us etc.
16. Time Range Filter First select the Begin and End Date then press the Apply button to filter the trades within a period.
17. Symbol Trade Quick Access Bar Click one alphabet button to go to the specific trades beginning with the specific alphabet.
18. Field Chooser Set column headers removed from the data grid heading.
19. Auto Hide Button Press the Auto Hide Button to hide the information window.

Trade grid


Trade Grid

Trade Grid (refer to the picture below) is the main part of the Trade window where users are able to view trade data and interact with their trades.

Part One: Overview of the Trade Grid

In this part, we will provide you the main function of each section.

Section 1: Preset View

TradeMax provides the frequently-used view for the data grid. You can select one from the Preset view’ dropdown list or skip it if you like.

Section 2: Group By Panel

Drag a column header here to group by that column.

Section 3: Time Range Filter

With Time Range Filter, you can filter the trades within a period. And you just need to select begin and end date.

Section 4: Data Grid

Data Grid is the main section where users are able to view and interact with their trades. This section used to illustrate how to get the specific data view in the data grid

 

Part Two: Custom Grid

In this part, we will provide you an example to show how to group the data and customize the grid.

 

 

 

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