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Member Since Aug 31, 2011  2 posts pennyfx (pennyfx1001) Sep 16 2013 at 06:58
It would be awesome if we could upload a CSV file of our trades and have the results analyzed. This would allow developers to use any system and get the benefits of myfxbook for backtest analysis. It would be even more awesome if there was an API so we could upload the results programmatically.

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Member Since May 30, 2012  37 posts Iroa Nov 11 2013 at 02:43
I also second this request. Would be very useful to be able to use fxbook's powerful analytics to chk csv trade statements.


Member Since Jul 02, 2013  57 posts Dennis O. (dgaf) Jan 14 2014 at 16:07
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Member Since Sep 25, 2014  2 posts toninvestor Sep 26 2014 at 07:38
me too!

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Member Since Jan 31, 2012  5 posts Cowie123 Nov 07 2014 at 14:01
I am so in need of this tool also. Any method to use the Myfx book analysis tools on sets of data not from a linked account would be great.


Member Since Oct 29, 2016  1 posts ebiker Oct 31 2016 at 07:15
Me too! It would be very useful to be able to use fxbook's powerful analytics from csv trade statements file.


Member Since Nov 30, 2009  148 posts Aimak Rokalno (Aimak) Mar 05 at 19:59
Any timelines when this feature will be available, if ever?


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