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MY FX Book incorrectly calculates peformance
eliteeservices

Member Since Oct 22, 2009  29 posts Elite E Services FX (eliteeservices) Apr 28 2010 at 04:11
We have an account that recently had a withdrawl for 95% of the deposit. Firstly, it shows as a loss and does not reflect the withdrawl. Second, it shows as a 30% loss not as 90% or more which if you look at the numbers is what it should be. The account is here: https://www.myfxbook.com/portfolio/drs-5/13387 If someone would like to suggest my fx book to fix this bug it is a major one, considering most of the users of this site are interested in system performance, and it is not being calculated correctly.

ForexSeeker

Member Since Apr 20, 2010  812 posts DoubleTrap (ForexSeeker) Apr 28 2010 at 04:39
You looking at the gain of average of -30% I think..

You have to look the number below, the absolute gain which you have -2.48% only.

Information is Gold when come to organised.
Staff

Member Since Jul 31, 2009  1293 posts Ethan (Staff) Apr 28 2010 at 07:52
Elite E Services FX, the gain that you're referring to is cumulative - please refer here: http://www.myfxbook.com/help#help_11

Thanks.

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