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NAME

export_orders - Exports all orders to a CSV file from the Command Line

SYNOPSIS

export_orders [options]

 Examples:
   buy -username=getMoney -password=*** -output=Robinhood.csv

 Options:
   -username        your Robinhood username
   -password        your Robinhood password
   -token           your Robinhood access token
   -output          filename to store the csv data in
   -all             include cancelled orders

   -help            brief help message
   -man             full documentation

    * required arguments

OPTIONS

-username

Your Robinhood username.

-password

Your Robinhood password.

-token

Robinhood provides access tokens for authorization which is great because you don't need to keep providing your username or password on the command line!

You can get it by passing a false -token arg along with your -username and -password:

    $ buy -username=secret -password=supersecret -token=0 -symbol=MSFT -quantity=200

And on subsequent runs, just provide the -token:

    $ buy -token=a9c321... -symbol=RHT -quantity=50
-output

Where would you like to store the CSV data? Without a filename, this prints to STDOUT

-verbose

Dumps a lot of random debugging stuff to the terminal including private keys.

Be very careful where you use this!

-all

Include cancelled orders with the filled. This is probably not very usefull.

-help

Print a brief help message and exits.

-man

Prints the manual page and exits.

DESCRIPTION

export_orders will gather data on your entire account history and convert it to a CSV file.