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How to manually edit the last trade price
The value of investments on historical dates can be manually set. Manually entering open position prices will override automated price updates, if automated price updates are available.
If timetotrade does not recognise the open position symbol or have access to exchange prices for that symbol, the value of portfolios can be manually updated.
Enter Manual Price
A manually input price is automatically associated with the end date chosen at the time the price is input.
To enter a manual price or delete an existing manually entered price for an open position within an account, firstly set the end date that the manual price editing is required on. In the following screen shot, the date for the manual price entry will be set to the 19th of August 2013:
To edit the manual prices on the 19th of August 2013, click on the 'edit prices' button below the open positions as illustrated:
Text boxes will appear in the 'price' column as illustrated:
In the following example the open position price for Vodafone Group will be set to 200p:
When finished click on the "save prices' button. Please note the the last trade price will not be updated for symbols that have been manually updated. To enable automatic updates, delete the manual prices.
Using this process it is possible to build up an entire back history of prices for any share.
Delete Manually Entered Prices
The price can be manually set on multiple historical dates. As the end date is changed, the most recent historical manually set price before the end date will be used.
If the price was manually set, then it will be displayed in italics. To view what date the price was set on, mouse over the manually set price as illustrated:
To delete a manually set price, firstly identify what date the manual price that is being used was entered on. Then set the end date, as discussed above, to the date that the manual price was set. In this example, to delete the manual price entry on the 19th of August 2013, the end date would have to be set to the '19 Aug 13'. Then click on the 'edit prices' button and then delete the manual price on the selected date by leaving the text box blank as illustrated:
When finished click on the 'save prices' button.
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