Setting up your stocks / ETF / Forex portfolio

You can keep your stocks, ETFs, forex and crypto portfolios separate or have them all in one overall portfolio. You will still be able to browse through the different assets separately as sub-portfolios even if you have them together in one overall portfolio. How you do it is a personal choice. To create a new portfolio follow the steps here otherwise proceed with the steps below to add your first transaction!

  1. Click the "+" button on the portfolio screen.

  2. Select "Add Manual Transaction" and then the asset type of interest.

  3. Search for the asset by its ticker symbol or name and tap on it.

  4. Select if you would like to enter a Buy or Sell transaction and fill in the form.

  5. Under "Additional Options", you can indicate whether you would like to deduct or add to your available cash holdings. (Head over here to read about Available Cash).

  6. Tap "Add Transaction" when you are ready to add the transaction and that's it!

  7. Continue adding the rest of your transactions so your portfolio is ready to be tracked!

Brokerage Account Connections are coming soon!

Setting up your cryptocurrency portfolio

Setting up your crypto portfolio is now easier than ever before with the ability to connect directly to more than 20 exchanges and many wallets. Here is a comprehensive guide to get you started!

Setup for Balance Only in One Portfolio (Exchange Connection)

We offer a balance only option to track the current worth of your portfolio and amounts of crypto you hold, in using this feature you will not be able to get accurate P&L or analytics. It is an easier option if you are not interested in those features.

When setting up the exchange connection instead of choosing Import All Transactions, choose the Balance Only option, this will be a much quicker on average sync with the exchange.

Setup for Full Transaction History in One Portfolio

Follow this guide if you are interested in having your full transaction history in Delta and not just final balances. This helps you get your profit & loss numbers as accurate as possible. Since your cryptocurrencies are traded on multiple exchanges and stored in various wallets, the best place to get started is with Exchange Account Connections and Wallet Connections.

A) Setup exchange account connections

Most exchanges (like Binance, Coinbase, etc.) allow us to access your full transaction history and setting these up is easy by following the steps below. But some exchanges (like Digifinex, Yobit, etc.) have a time limit on how far we can go back or limitations on what we can import. In such cases it might be necessary to add past transactions manually and then connecting to the exchange only to import future transactions (by selecting the "Import new transactions only" option).

For exchanges that support full transaction history:

  1. Start with the blank "main" portfolio and add your first exchange connection by following the steps here. Make sure to select "Import all transactions" if you want the entire transaction history.

  2. Check the final balances imported by the exchange connection. Note that, even for exchanges that support full transaction history, there are some limitations. For example, Binance connection will not report transactions for any delisted coins or some exchanges will not report air-dropped coins. These transactions have to be added manually.

  3. Create a separate new portfolio and connect it with your second exchange connection.

  4. Check the balances again keeping in mind limitations for that exchange.

  5. After you have verified the balances and transactions you can move over all these imported transactions as well as the account connection to your first portfolio. To do so, go to Settings, then open "Manage Exchange Connections". Open the exchange connection (which at the moment is linked to your second portfolio) and under "Portfolio To Import To" select the first main portfolio and tap "Update Connection". Now you have one portfolio which is connected to both the exchanges.

  6. Repeat the process (steps 3, 4, and 5) for any more exchanges that you traded on and can connect to via Delta. Free users can connect to two exchanges while as a Delta PRO user you can have as many exchange connections as you want.

B) Setup wallet connections

  1. Create a new blank portfolio and connect to a wallet by following the steps here. Remember to turn ON the button for "Import past transactions".

  2. Once you verify the imported balances, similar to exchange account connections, you can move all the transactions and the connection itself to your main portfolio. To do so, go to Settings, then open "Manage Wallet Connections". Open the wallet connection and under "Portfolio To Import To" select the main portfolio and then tap "Update Connection".

C) Completing the portfolio manually

  1. For exchange or wallet connections we don't support or that have limitations, the appropriate transactions have to be added manually.

  2. If you have wrong or negative balances (which is possible due to the limitations imposed by the exchanges), here are some common reasons for those and how to resolve them.

It is highly recommended to create a back-up QR code which acts as a recovery key after your portfolio is fully setup. Note that the QR code is dynamic i.e. changes to your portfolio are reflected in it so it cannot be used to revert changes. For that purpose, you can periodically export your portfolio to a CSV file from the Delta desktop app (the desktop app is now deprecated but you can still request for a download link).

Please don't hesitate to contact us (support@delta.app) if you need any assistance in setting up your portfolio or with any other questions. Thank you for choosing Delta!

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