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Are there any open-source Portfolio Tracker software for the Linux Desktop?

I'm looking into doing foreign exchange trading (forex). More specifically, I'd like to trade cryptocurrency pairs like Bitcoin and Monero (XMR-BTC)

Unfortunately, as I'm just simulating orders, I'm fiding that [a] it's very complex to stay on-top of my profit/loss over time when trading with different quantites back-and-forth and [b] GNU Cash just isn't quite up to this task, due to lack of precision

What I am looking for:

  1. Something where I manually type in all my investment transactions (eg last week I bought 0.342465753 XMR and I paid with 0.0025 BTC and today I sold 0.3 XMR and got 0.0023946 BTC)
  2. Something that can track the value of all my assets in cryptocurrency (ie I don't care the value in dollars or euros. I just want to see my net worth calculated in Bitcoins).
  3. Something that will give me fancy reports (eg yearly/monthly/weekly profit/loss reports, tell me my average overall buy-in for each currency, etc)

What I'm not looking for:

  1. Something that queries my bank accounts and injests data for me
  2. An app where I purchase actual investments (eg stocks) inside the app itself
  3. A mobile app
  4. A cloud-based web app
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Based on your requirements, I suggest you look at:

They can run on Linux, can be used for recording buy/sell transactions, calculating returns, reports, etc. I can't recall if all can do pairs without the individual legs. But you can confirm by checking the manuals/issues logs.

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  • Unfortunately I couldn't find out how to add a currency. It converts everything back to fiat :( Oct 6, 2022 at 1:16
  • Which one of the three did you check? Cryptofolio is more for cryptos though.
    – Z Z
    Oct 6, 2022 at 10:01
  • I tried Portfolio Performance. I'm not really looking for a big web application. I just want a simple program without dependencies on a separate DB app, etc Oct 17, 2022 at 16:33
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Probably not what you're asking for, but you're going to have the best flexibility if you use a spreadsheet. Consider LibreOffice.

To help you figure-out the calculations, checkout CoinTracking.info.

It's a cloud-based webapp, but the documentation is great. Just throw some artificial numbers in it, and expand the calculations sections by expanding [click here for the detailed calculation]. Then replicate that in your spreadsheet.

Or use their service directly. It's free.

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