The Transaction Register shows you a list of all your transactions organized chronologically, with the most recent transactions appearing first. Whether you are purchasing shares, converting a note, exercising options, acknowledging a stock split, selling shares, or entering a warrants grant, each transaction appears as its own line item, similar to a checkbook register.
The Shares column displays how many shares are involved in the transaction. Keep in mind that transactions like purchasing a Convertible Note, Investment Fees, and Cash Dividends will not have any shares associated with them.
The Amount column reveals how much cash, invested or returned, is involved in each transaction. Again, keep in mind that certain transactions like Escrow Assignments and Warrants Grants have no cash associated with them.
The Balance column provides you with a running total of what you have invested. With each investment you make, the balance will increase. Any money returned to you will be deducted from the total.
To learn more about the Transaction Register table on Seraf, watch this short video: