Ha! That’s interesting.
If “Type of data” is “Account transactions”, it detects dividends and correctly identifies the security by its ticker symbol. But it doesn’t interpret “buys” or “sells” (as in my screenshot).
If “Type of data” is “Securities account”, it detects “buys” or “sells” with the correct ticker symbols but now ignores/excludes all the other transactions (dividends, deposits, etc).
I don’t remember importing my historical CSV transactions twice. I am pretty sure I did it all at once. Anyway, I wouldn’t mind importing twice but the problem is that transactions are interpreted differently and I end up with duplicates (e.g. sometimes as a withdrawal, sometimes as a buy). Isn’t there a middle ground? E.g. if there is a ticker symbol present, then don’t ignore it?