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gobias

Member Since Jun 10, 2011  59 posts gobias Nov 01 2017 at 06:20
Myfxbook have once again changed the way it measures drawdown. Now it shows 'floating' drawdown which is only a comparison between equity and balance. This is only half the picture, and doesnt help analysis one bit.

sort it out

MagicNumberFX

Member Since Feb 21, 2013  3 posts MagicNumberFX Nov 14 2017 at 07:40
yes gobias

I totally agree your statement.

I have a 4 years track live record with 18% max drawdown, and now shows 74% !!!
And a lot of other live accounts

I already wrote many email to support but they didn't reply about that

It's so frustrating

Arcforex

Member Since Apr 19, 2015  38 posts Arcforex Mar 22 at 08:24
MagicNumberFX posted:
yes gobias

I totally agree your statement.

I have a 4 years track live record with 18% max drawdown, and now shows 74% !!!
And a lot of other live accounts

I already wrote many email to support but they didn't reply about that

It's so frustrating


was your drawdown reach 74% at one point? with or without hedging position?

MagicNumberFX

Member Since Feb 21, 2013  3 posts MagicNumberFX Mar 23 at 12:55
I never reach 74% drawdown.
My worst was about 22

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