Membro desde: 17/07/2011
I have noticed the YTD % column on the stats a lot... but sometimes I see that it does not represent the sum of the monthly performance over that year.
Plus, I have noticed that the main percent value does not represent the overall performance of the trader, here is an example:
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Membro desde: 17/05/2011
I think the YTD profit is the profit on the balance at the start of the year. So it will always be greater than the sum of monthly profits. Monthly profit is calculated on the balance at the start of each month.
Membro desde: 06/06/2011
Originally posted by ChampI think the YTD profit is the profit on the balance at the start of the year. So it will always be greater than the sum of monthly profits. Monthly profit is calculated on the balance at the start of each month.
nope. This is not the case. Please see http://www.fxstat.com/performances/view/Swing_swang-5154. Here YTD is much lesser than sum of monthly profit
Membro desde: 30/03/2010
Hello every one,
We have just noticed your discussion regarding FxStat YTD% calculation.
YTD% is a always calculated based on your current return against your beginning of the year balance. This will highlight the traders ain during that year. Each year return row has it's own YTD% to identify traders return during that year.
We have provided some information regarding the calculation method that FxStat use on performance pages.
For more information, please reffer to :
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