Btw. it's kind of strange as I see diff numbers than you have on your printscreen - I see 37% monthly avg vs. 35% DD...
can anybody else confirm what numbers he gets?
Why not showing the account's ENTIRE trade history...?
Maybe because the Max. DD is more than 3x higher then the Average Monthly Profit...?
Isn't any other way to make this ratio looking better than limiting viewable trade history...?
You are right Patrick: 37% Monthly Profit with -35% max. DD... So it is not that bad, after all. I apologize.
But yeah, I would hide the -35% DD... Why...?
Because I would not invest $500k in a strategy with -35%, i.e. -$175,000 potential drawdown... Would you...?
Why did I mention $500k investment? Because with $500k and 37% monthly gain I could profit about $185k per year and after paying income taxes, I would have left with about $120k net profit per year, i.e. $10k a month. It would not make me ''rich'', but it would give me a decent standard of living in the western world.
In summary: I would have to watch my equity to drop by -175k to profit 10k/month... Well, it is not for me... A -$175k equity drop would be simply too steep for me - and bad for my sleep and health - for a $10k monthly profit.
Not to mention that if I were just an investor, I would be charged with pre-tax ''management fee'', so that $10k per month is probably just $6k/month for an investor client.
So what be a proposal for an investor client: ''You could expect net $6k per month if you were willing to watch your $500,000 invested equity to drop by -$175,000 without any guarantee of recovery.'' Right...?
P.S. As the below screenshot shows you have withdrawn your deposit completely - i.e. now you are playing 'risk-free' with the casino's chips - which shows that you have the same level of confidence in your strategy as I would have.
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