Automatically import trades from Standard Chartered Singapore

by Stephanie Stefanovic, Content Writer, Sharesight | Jun 8th 2022

Investors who trade with Standard Chartered Singapore can automatically import historic and ongoing trades to their Sharesight portfolio, making it easier than ever to access Sharesight’s award-winning performance, dividend tracking and tax reporting features. With support for more than 200 global brokers, plus automatically updated price and dividend information on over 240,000 stocks, ETFs and mutual/managed funds, Sharesight is the perfect tool to track all of your investments in one place.

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Who is Standard Chartered Singapore?

Established in 1859, Standard Chartered Singapore is a branch of international banking group Standard Chartered Bank. The branch has an online brokerage platform which allows investors to purchase stocks and ETFs on markets such as the Singapore (SGX), Hong Kong (HKG) and Tokyo (TYO) stock exchanges, plus other leading global markets also supported by Sharesight. Other key features include research tools such as market news, stock analysis and an ETF selector.

Why you should import your Standard Chartered trades to Sharesight

By importing your Standard Chartered trades to Sharesight (along with the rest of your investments), you can easily track your investment performance across different brokers, asset classes and over 40 global markets. Investors also gain access to Sharesight’s advanced performance and tax reporting designed for the needs of self-directed investors.

Sharesight also offers a range of powerful reports for investors including Performance, Portfolio Diversity, Contribution Analysis, Multi-Period, Multi-Currency Valuation and Future Income (upcoming announced dividends). The ability to track cash accounts, property and cryptocurrency is just another reason that investors should consider using Sharesight to track their investment portfolio.

Track your dividend income

Unlike other portfolio trackers, Sharesight automatically tracks dividend and distribution income (including dividend reinvestment plans) and takes this into account when calculating your investment return. In the screenshot below for example, dividends make an important contribution to this stock’s returns, highlighting the value of a portfolio tracking solution that includes more than just capital gains in its performance calculations.

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How to import your Standard Chartered Bank trades to Sharesight

Sharesight makes it easy to import your historical and ongoing Standard Chartered trades through the Trade Confirmation Emails feature. This allows you to automatically import your ongoing trades to your Sharesight portfolio by having your trade confirmations forwarded to your unique portfolio email address. You can also import your historical trades using the Trade Confirmation Emails feature, however for bulk imports with a large number of trades, it is recommended you upload your trades via spreadsheet file.

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