The monitoring provides comprehensive statistics of any chosen trading account, so a potential investor can analyze the performance of a managing trader thoroughly. Before investing, the investor needs to gain insight into the specifics of work of a trader and his results over period time. The monitoring helps investors to examine a trading activity. It is recommended to invest only after you closely analyze the trading strategies.
Our Trading Portfolio Performance demonstrated that a consistent and disciplined strategy over the medium term would provide superior returns for our clients. Currently we use fully automated scalping, semi-automated trading and Price Volatility strategies, typically during London and New York sessions.
The portfolio managers supervise all operations. This approach allows realizing profits as soon as possible. Occasionally part of the open positions may be hold longer and turned into position trades. Risk management and asset management is constantly controlled with diversification to reduces a risk.
Trading performance is presented only on live and verified trading accounts. They verify that the track record is real and valid, and lastly they validate that the user has full control and access over the account.
Start Date: November 2015
Average Monthly: 29.08%
Winning Trading Percentage: 71%
Best Month: 64.38%
Worst Month: -10.31%
Max DD: 15.40%
Performance Fee: Varies by account type
Minimum Investment: USD5000
Loading Fee: None
Management Fee: None
Total Under Management: USD24,500,000
Data on a trading account is divided into several blocks where the investor can find the useful information such as:
Growth – growth of the deposit in percentage terms calculated on the basis of trade operation only without taking into the account the deposits and withdrawals.
Initial Deposit – amount of money deposited to the account when opening it.
Deposits – funds deposited on the account during its life time. This parameter should always be considered when evaluating the signal’s profitability. The balance curve may be supported by regularly deposited funds.
Withdrawals – funds withdrawn from the account during its life time.
Balance – money on the account, not accounting the floating profit of currently open orders.
Equity – deposit funds accounting for the results of the currently open positions (floating profit/loss).
Profit – profit/loss gained during the life time of the account.
Max drawdown – maximal balance drop relative to the local maximum in deposit currency.
Weeks – number of weeks that have passed since the first trade on the trading account was performed (the entire account lifetime instead of the period since its registration as a signal is considered).
Broker – name of a broker server where the account is registered.
Leverage – leverage value.
Type – trading type: Demo or Real.
Profit Factor – ratio between gross profit and gross loss. One means that these parameters are equal;
Average Profit – average profit for all profitable orders;
Average Loss – average loss for all loss-making orders;
Sharpe Ratio – this parameter shows strategy efficiency and reliability. It displays the ratio of the arithmetic mean profit during the time the position was open and the standard deviation from that profit. The risk-free rate, which is the profit gained from the appropriate bank deposit funds is also considered here;
Maximum consecutive wins – the amount of trades in the longest profitable sequence and its total profit;
Maximum consecutive losses – the amount of trades in the longest losing sequence and its total loss;
Maximal consecutive profit – the largest profit in a continuous profitable sequence and the amount of appropriate profitable trades;
Maximal consecutive loss – the largest loss in a continuous losing sequence and the amount of the appropriate losing trades;
Monthly growth – deposit growth for the last month in percentage values.
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