Close for now Do you hold SG, US, HK or MY stocks? How are you tracking them now?
View our Demo portfolio to learn how StocksCafe will do it for you intelligently!
Sign up for free now!

Subscribe to RSS feed Regularly Export Your StocksCafe Data

By evankoh posted on 15 Aug 2018  -  4,028 views


Users input various information into StocksCafe such as what stocks they bought and when, and many would also record notes either about the transactions or stocks itself.

All these are very precious data to users and often, users would like to keep a backup copy. Up until now, they can only be manually exported. I am happy to share that I have now set it up such that you can get a copy automatically emailed to you on a regular basis. All you need to do is simply go to this link and adjust the settings under "Regular Export Email" and StocksCafe will do the rest!

As of now, only portfolio transactions and cash transactions can be exported, but there will be many more added in the next few weeks, so stay tuned!

Happy investing!


Like
15 likes
0 comments



Next Article > < Previous Article
Infrastructure Improvements Shares Quantity Now Supports Decimal ...



List All Articles Other articles by evankoh

SGXcafe's Own Forum!
Several users have independently suggested that SGXcafe should have its own forum. Hence, I spent the last week building it and I am excited to share that the forum is live and ready for use! For a forum to be successful, it requires the active participation of the community. Currently, SGXcafe has several tens of thousand visitors every month, of which several thousands are heavy users of SGXcafe. ...

Analyze and Compare Stocks (using SGXcafe)
Analyze Every investor has his/her favorite set of metrics that they look at when performing stock analysis and valuation. Therefore, it is difficult to decide which metric to display in SGXcafe, hence most of the time, I simply choose to display information that I am personally interested in. But I want to make SGXcafe more customizable so that it can provide better value to everyone. Incidentally, ...

How diversified are you?
As the idiom goes, "Don't put all your eggs in one basket". It is common knowledge that diversification is very important when it comes to investing. However, the questions are: How to diversify? How diversified are you? How do you measure diversification? Google "How to diversify" and there are countless articles out there "teaching" people how to diversify. In my opinion, many articles are either ...