Download and view realized gains

At this time, M1 does not have realized gain information on the app or website. Please check if your account number begins with GM. Instructions to locate your account number here.

If your account number begins with GM:

To receive your realized gain information, please contact us.

If your account number does not begin with GM:

You can view this information on our clearing firm, Apex Corporation's website. 

If you don't have an account with Apex yet. 

If you have an account with Apex and have linked your M1 account. 


Creating an account with Apex Corporation

1. Go to and click "Log In" at the top right.

2. Click "Create a User ID" below "Log In."

Apex clearing firm sign in page

3. Click “Next.” 

Apex Clearing create user ID screen

4. The next screen will ask you for a Firm and an Account Number. Enter in one of your M1 Invest Account numbers.

Apex Clearing enter M1 Finance account number

5. Enter your Social Security Number to verify your identity, then click Next. 

Apex Clearing enter social security number

6. Provide your email address, then click Next. For simplicity, you can use the same email you use with M1.

7. Select a security question and answer. 

8. Create a user ID and password that you will use exclusively with Apex Corporation to download details again in the future. Then, click Finish.


Adding multiple M1 Invest Accounts to your Apex login

1. Click the "Apex Online Menu" at the top, then "Add Accounts."

2. To add an account, add your account number.

Apex Clearing add another account by typing in another account number

Download realized gains

1. Log in to with your Apex username and password (this is different than your M1 login credentials).

2. Enter your M1 Invest Account number in the search bar near the top left. To find your M1 Invest Account number you can view the M1 settings.

3. Click on the "Apex Online Menu" at the top then select "cost basis."

4. The default tab will show you the cost basis of your current unrealized gains. The "closed positions" tab near the top will show you your realized gains. 

5. Then, click "Export to CSV" to view this information in Excel.


If you have further questions, please contact us.



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