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    Help balancing my books

    Hi Guys,

    I can't seem to P66 and P67 to equal the numbers that the website IG is providing. Does anyone have any ideas?
    I really don't feel confident trading unless I can get all the numbers to add up.
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    JimmyWilliams

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    Re: Help balancing my books

    There is no explanation of how the data is supposed to relate to P66 and P67. People here are not mind readers.

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    Hi Glenn,

    the IG website doesnt say how they calculate the values O66 and O67 (this is the problem I am having, im not a mind reader)
    Ideally someone will help me out to figure what needs to be done to calculate O66 and O67, (these formulas would go in P66 and P67) I have figured out almost all of the other formulas, it would be nice to know how the website gets the "Book cost" and "Aggreate profit" calculations.

    Thanks

    I've tried all types of things but not having any luck.

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    So, you know the data inside out, and you can't work out how they calculate their figures? At least I know where I stand now. I'll have another look, but I not holding out much hope.

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    Re: Help balancing my books

    Quote Originally Posted by GlennUK View Post
    So, you know the data inside out, and you can't work out how they calculate their figures? At least I know where I stand now. I'll have another look, but I not holding out much hope.
    I have had to download my history and then go through each item line by line to get the data in the right spots (everything in yellow). I'm a bit hesitant to send the data over the internet to someone (might steal my account or something)
    I super appreciate the help, so if you need any assistance or anything, let me know and I'll do my best to help you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennUK View Post
    So, you know the data inside out, and you can't work out how they calculate their figures? At least I know where I stand now. I'll have another look, but I not holding out much hope.
    Have you had any luck?
    Last edited by JimmyWilliams; 04-02-2020 at 08:22 PM.

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