One of the most important and gratifying parts of tracking your cryptocurrency portfolio is the ability to visualize trade data and statistics on CoinTracking. Not only can you make more informed investment decisions going forward, you can better adjust holdings to match your trading strategy.
CoinTracking currently has three resources (trade statistics, list, and prices) that provide easy ways to better manage your trade data and review portfolio performance.
Here’s how to get the most out of Trade Statistics and other features on CoinTracking.
Trade Statistics on CoinTracking
The Trade Statistics page features interactive charts that help you quickly and easily see analysis of your cryptocurrency trades. You can also set specific criteria about trades – such as currency and time range.
The data visually populates on graphs, showing a detailed overview of your cryptocurrency portfolio. You can review the following:
Total value of all currencies.
Value of specific currencies.
Amount of each currency.
Current value of each currency.
The CoinTracking Trade List let’s you see all your transactions in one place. You can use this interactive table to see the following information about each of your transactions:
There’s also a simple way to search your trades using each of these categories. If you click the “+” icon next to a specific trade you’ll open up the trade’s extended view, which shows the calculated trading price, the date the trade was added on and the Trade ID. If you want to filter and sort the list by these additional data, you can click on the full view button on top and select columns with the Manage Columns button.
The Trade List table page also lets you download all your cryptocurrency portfolio trade data to print or export as a PDF, CSV, or Excel file.
The Trade Prices Table lets you see the current converted price of all your trades in Bitcoin and FIAT currency. Similar to the Trade List, this page highlights the Type, Buy Price, Currency, Sell Price, Sell Currency, and Exchange for each trade. But the Trade Price Table takes this info a step further by helping you understand the estimated converted value of all the trades as well.
The most important feature of the Trade Prices Table is that it allows you to see the Spread for every trade in percentages. You can sort the table by Spread, showing which trades have the highest spread and which ones have the lowest.
Like the Trade List, you can also sort this data by many other criteria such as Currency, Exchange, or Trade Date. You can also download the information by printing it or exporting it as a PDF, CSV or Excel file.
Whether you’re a new trader or a seasoned pro, visualizing and tracking all your trade data with tables and charts will help you get the most out CoinTracking to grow your cryptocurrency portfolio.
Beyond trade statistics, CoinTracking can help with you:
Import trades from 110+ exchanges and wallets
Support for DeFi trades (e.g., Uniswap).
12 accounting methods (e.g., FIFO, LIFO, HMRC, ACB).
Generate compliant tax reports in your country.
If you need personalized help reviewing your transactions or preparing your US tax returns, check out our CoinTracking Full Service. CT Full Service is provided by a team of crypto tax professionals led by Sharon Yip, an expert CPA. Follow our weekly AMAs on Twitter where Sharon Yip answers your crypto tax questions.
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Disclaimer: All the information provided above is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as professional investment, legal, or tax advice. You should conduct your own research or consult with a professional financial advisor when investing.
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