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Use TradeRepublic in terminal

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pytr: Use TradeRepublic in terminal

This is a library for the private API of the Trade Republic online brokerage. I am not affiliated with Trade Republic Bank GmbH.


Install with pip install pytr

Or you can clone the repo like so:

git clone
cd pytr
pip install .


$ pytr help
usage: pytr [-h] [-s {bash,zsh}] [-v {warning,info,debug}] [--applogin]
            {help,login,portfolio,dl_docs,get_price_alarms,details,set_price_alarms} ...

positional arguments:
                        Desired action to perform
    help                Print this help message
    login               Check if credentials file exists. If not create it and ask for input.
                        Try to login. Ask for device reset if needed
    portfolio           Show current portfolio
    dl_docs             Download all pdf documents from the timeline and sort them into folders
    get_price_alarms    Get overview of current price alarms
    details             Get details for an ISIN
    set_price_alarms    Set price alarms based on diff from current price

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -s {bash,zsh}, --print-completion {bash,zsh}
                        print shell completion script (default: None)
  -v {warning,info,debug}, --verbosity {warning,info,debug}
                        Set verbosity level (default: info)
  --applogin            Use app login instead of web login (default: False)


There are two authentication methods:

  • Web login (default)
  • App login

Web login is the newer method that uses the same login method as, meaning you receive a token in the TradeRepublic app or via SMS.

App login is the older method that uses the same login method as the TradeRepublic app. First you need to perform a device reset - a private key will be generated that pins your "device". The private key is saved to your keyfile. This procedure will log you out from your mobile device.

$ pytr login
$ # or
$ pytr login --phone_no +49123456789 --pin 1234

If no arguments are supplied pytr will look for them in the file ~/.pytr/credentials (the first line must contain the phone number, the second line the pin). If the file doesn't exist pytr will ask for for the phone number and pin.

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