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Max floating Drawdown PER TRADE in pips / % / $ vote results

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Max floating Drawdown PER TRADE in pips / % / $ Discussion

cyberryder
Sep 27 2012 at 20:50
128 posts
We would be able to analyze the max floating Draw Down on a trade by trade basis and not commulated per day as it's the case today.

Thanks for voting 😎

soulfire
Sep 30 2012 at 07:00
23 posts
I agree this is a much needed and missing functionality. It would raise myfxbook analysis to the same level as other competitor services.

bismillahWD (bismillahWD)
Oct 16 2012 at 03:12
19 posts
MRodrigez (MRodrigez)
Oct 18 2012 at 11:22
168 posts
Definitely, that should be implemented!

islandTraderFX (islandTraderFX)
Nov 02 2012 at 22:04
24 posts
I think we should also vote to make 'commulated' a word. It has a really good ring to it. :)

Thanks for the suggestion, Cyberrider. I also think they should allow us to add any particular system to more than one portfolio so that we can slice the data differently, or failing this, they should have the PORTFOLIOS page set up the same way each portfolio is... ie, with the stats of the summation of all portfolios' performances as a whole, day, week, month, etc. Just sayin.

profix
Nov 03 2012 at 14:48
131 posts
I guess the three which voted against it are some commercial EA vendors... LOL

cyberryder
Nov 03 2012 at 17:27
128 posts
hehe, yes i saw the typo 'commulated' later, but can't change it. I'm a fast writer..happens. At least i could bring in some fun here😀

cyberryder
Nov 03 2012 at 17:27
128 posts
profix posted:
I guess the three which voted against it are some commercial EA vendors... LOL

yeah or brokers

MrHector (MrHector)
Nov 03 2012 at 21:18
1 posts
Anyone who votes no must have a hidden agenda. I can't see any downside at all to having this implemented.

Iroa
Nov 16 2012 at 20:00
37 posts
What other competitors offer this kind of analysis? This would be perfect to look back over past trades!

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