The portfolio page has been designed as a tool for tracking your entire portfolio, enabling users to monitor their complete cryptocurrency trading history since the beginning of time. In the following sections, we will break down each component, explain their meanings, and detail the calculation methods. It's important to note that the values displayed on the portfolio page may differ from the final figures shown in your reports.
The initial segment of the portfolio page includes the three essential pieces of tracking - your current balance, cost base, and unrealized gains.
This is the current market value of all your assets, displayed in your local currency.
This figure is calculated from the total sum of the ‘value’ column found further below in your 'holdings' section.
The value of this figure is likely to change frequently as the price fluctuates in the market.
This is the combined cost basis (including fees) of assets that currently have a market value.
This figure is calculated from the total sum of the ‘cost’ column found further below in your 'holdings' section.
This figure changes as you add, delete, or edit transactions (please note - this figure will not change with time).
This is your current unrealized profit/loss correlated with balance and cost base.
This figure is calculated from the difference between your 'balance' and 'cost base' (Balance - Cost Base = Unrealized Gains)
This figure will change with time or any transaction editing.
The following area is a graph chart displaying your current portfolio progress;
We'll start by breaking down each component of the portfolio:
Portfolio Graph Timeframe
Starting from the bottom left side of the graph. You can choose what time frame the portfolio graph displays. This is crucial for a few of the other numbers that we will be discussing!
Balance (with portfolio performance)
These figures here show two things; the current balance (value) and the gain or loss made in your portfolio over the selected time period. Let's break these down a little further:
The current balance calculated by CTC. It is the same as the balance in the initial segment.
Gain or Loss
The difference between the start of the selected time period and the current time. (E.g. starting 1 month from today or 1 year from today etc.)
Balance (highest and lowest)
These are on the right side of the portfolio graph. Your portfolio's highest and lowest balances are shown for the selected time period.
Below the portfolio graph, you can see your token allocation accompanied by a widget showcasing the proportion of your current assets.
Hover over the purple sector, you can see the percentage of allocation in correlation to your whole portfolio.
Winners and Losers
Highest performing assets with the highest unrealized gains according to the current market price.
Lowest performing assets with the lowest unrealized gains according to the current market price.
At the bottom of the portfolio page, you will find a comprehensive breakdown of your current holdings. This detailed breakdown includes the quantity of assets you currently possess, along with the corresponding price, value, cost, return on investment (ROI), and the current unrealized gain/loss;
The asset you currently hold.
The quantity/amount you hold of the asset. Accuracy relies on the data you provided and correct categorizing
The current market price of the asset.
The current total value of the asset.
The total cost of the asset.
The return on investment % of the asset.
The current unrealized gain/loss of the asset.