Mine and other brokers use small deposits/withdrawals of just a few cents or dollars to make up for little differences or to add VPS reimbursement etc. The problem is that it messes up the drawdown calculation (reported it as a bug, then I was told it's supposed to be like that though, which is weird). Would be great if the software ignored little deposits/withdrawals, say <$20, as those are just corrections - drawdown is one of the most critical attributes of a trading system.
True Drawdown, is the decrease in Equity. If the Equity swings down 10% before the trade recovers and gets closed at a Profit, then the True Drawdown is 10% even though the Trade Turned a Profit. Therefore, We can never Determine HOW ACCURATE a System is...
Myfxbook only calculates a Drawdown from a Losing Trade and does not account for a Real and True Drawdown in Equity.
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