Time flies when your hearing dings (platform fill sounds), but now we have to make sense of all those dings by getting ready for tax season. If you're a TradeLog user, then you're in luck as you'll need to retrieve a CSV (spreadsheet) file of your Activity. Before you get started, you must have credentials with Apex Clearing Corporation so that you can download your Activity. If you do not have Apex credentials, then please click here to learn how to create your username and password.


Exporting CSV Data from Apex

Instructions for Exporting Trading Data for TradeLog Import

  1. Head to Apex Clearing Corporation’s website (https://www.apexclearing.com/) or click here.
  2. Once you arrive at Apex Clearing Corporation's website, please click the login button in the top right-hand corner.
  3. After clicking the login icon you will see a login area. Please enter your Apex Online username and password.
  4. Welcome to Apex Online! This is where you can access your account transaction data for TradeLog. Type your tastyworks account number associated with your username into the account number field located near the top left-hand corner of the site then press enter or click search to access your account.
  5. After entering your account number, you will arrive at your Account Summary. To access your trade activity, click the Apex Online Menu icon  to expand the menu. Select Activity to access the Activity module.
  6. Inside the Activity module, you can filter for Activity Type, Start Date, End Date, and Symbol. Once the desired fields are selected, click the orange Submit icon  to populate your activity data.
    Activity Type - Choose “Select all”.


    Start Date

    End Date


    Symbol


    Example
  7. Once you populate your desired data you will need to add extra columns in order for TradeLog to properly ingest the file. You will need to add every column to your exported CSV file. To add columns to your export, click the bars icon just below the Export to CSV icon. When opened, click each item so a checkmark appears. The animation below illustrates this process.

    Overall view


    Detailed View - make sure you scroll down and select each item


  8. Once all columns are added then you are ready to export. Click on the Export to CSV icon   to download your CSV data file for TradeLog.
  9. The exported CSV file typically will download to your computer’s “My Downloads” folder or whichever folder you specified with your browser. To learn how to import the file into TradeLog please click here (http://www.tradelogsoftware.com/user-guide/tastyworks.php).

Please contact TradeLog support for any additional questions in regards to importing the CSV file or application questions/issues.