Your eToro portfolio shows you all your trading activity on the eToro platform.
Within eToro, the default view shows everything you’ve invested in, including people and copyfunds.
See individual trades
The default view gives you an overview of your whole eToro portfolio. This means that if you have a number of holdings in a particular stock or market, it will just give you the overall details. You can go into the detail of each holding by clicking on the line to see the breakdown in individual trades.
Click on the clock icon to see the history of your closed trades and previously copied people and copyfunds:
Check your orders
When you click on the two opposing arrows, you see any orders that have not yet executed into positions. If your order hasn’t hit the price target yet, it will show up here.
If there are a lot of lines to look at, you can filter the view. Click on the filter icon to display information about only one type of your current investments. Things like all markets and eToro Copy Trader holdings can be filtered.
Click on the settings wheel to customize what information you see in the portfolio and rearrange the order of the columns. You can amend everything like units, average opening rate, invested amount, and profit / loss (in $ or %) as examples.
Clicking the list icon allows you to view all your open, individual, manual and trades only.
Click in the same place, on the doughnut chart icon, to view your exposure and allocation in a chart view. This gives a nice overview of what the portfolio contains in an easy to follow chart.
Here is a summary of the bottom bar of your portfolio:
- Available: the amount available in your free balance to use for new trades.
- Total Allocated: the funds invested in manual trades, other traders or CopyPortfolios.
- Profit: the current sum of your gains and losses from all open trades.
- Equity: the state of your account if you were to close all of your open positions.
This information and more on eToro Portfolio can be found here.
Other useful links are
- eToro Copy Trader and what is it?
- Rules of Trading for Beginners and Professionals
- What Stocks I’m currently trading in for 2019