Import modules

As you can see in the Screenshots section TradingDiary Pro has bulk import functionality. The following table shows the supported brokers.

Broker/PlatformTradesCurrent net asset valueNet asset value historyCash transactionsOrders (stops and targets)Last price information
Advantage Futuresyesnonononono
Apex Clearingyesnonoyesnono
Bell Directyesnonononono
Charles Schwabyesnonoyesnono
Commonwealth Securitiesyesnonononoyes
Degiroyesnonononono
ETradeyesnonoyesnono
Fidelityyesnonoyesnono
FXCMyesyesnoyesyesyes
GFT Forexyesnononoyesno
Interactive Brokers (or LYNX)yesyesyesyesnoyes
KBC Equitasyesnonononono
MetaTrader4yesyesnoyesyesyes
NinjaTraderyesnonononono
OANDAyesyesnoyesyesyes
Rithmicyesnonononono
Scotia iTradeyesnonononono
Scottradeyesnonoyesnono
Sierra Chartsyesnonononono
Stage5Tradingyesnonononono
Tastyworksyesnonononono
Thinkorswimyesyesnonoyesno
TD Ameritradeyesyesnonoyesno
Trade Monsteryesnonononono
TradeStationyesnonononono
QTradeyesnonononono
Questradeyesyesnoyesyesyes
WH Selfinvestyesnonoyesnono
Zaner/Infinity Futuresyesnonononono
Excel CSVyesnoyesyesnono

The instructions for bulk import are described in the Help file. Start the software and press the F1. Please read and follow it for successful import.

If you cannot see your brokerage in the list above, please contact us with your brokerage company name and optional sample file(s) with fake data and we will investigate if it is possible to develop an import module for your statements.

Please note that the brokerage companies change they statement format periodically without prior notice (for example IB changed its xml format about 5 times in the last two years). That’s the main reason why we provide an annual upgrade and support subscription after the first year. If there is a problem during the import please send us an email with the name of the import plug-in which you use and the problem with detailed description.