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paul

Mitglied seit Aug 20, 2009  12 Beiträge paul Aug 23 2009 at 05:06
When we click on the systems, we can see the gain of the systems. Can we have a gain per month and how long has it be running. :)

Elkart

Mitglied seit Aug 01, 2009  941 Beiträge Elkart (Elkart) Aug 23 2009 at 06:11
It does give gain per month...and per day...top left where the balances are.

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paul

Mitglied seit Aug 20, 2009  12 Beiträge paul Aug 23 2009 at 10:22
Yes, that is went you go to the individual system. But not at https://www.myfxbook.com/systems

I find it useful as at this page, i will be doing a comparison between other systems. The gain indicated there is not useful as it could be a gain of 30% over 12 months compared to a 15% over 3 months.

So we need to click one by one to see the gain per month.

Staff

Mitglied seit Jul 31, 2009  1370 Beiträge Ethan (Staff) Aug 23 2009 at 11:15
Thank you for your suggestion, paul.

bbrain

Mitglied seit Aug 27, 2009  6 Beiträge bbrain (bbrain) Aug 27 2009 at 10:06
Hi,

Also would be nice if Gain / Pair / Month can be seen on the stats page.

Elkart

Mitglied seit Aug 01, 2009  941 Beiträge Elkart (Elkart) Aug 28 2009 at 05:34
I'm starting to struggle to follow the systems, to many. Nice sharp ratio or something that compare's them would be nice.

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Staff

Mitglied seit Jul 31, 2009  1370 Beiträge Ethan (Staff) Aug 28 2009 at 07:01

Elkart posted:
    I'm starting to struggle to follow the systems, to many. Nice sharp ratio or something that compare's them would be nice.


We are aware of this issue, and already working on a solution.

Thank you.

compuforexpamm

Mitglied seit Aug 20, 2009  240 Beiträge kennyhubbard (compuforexpamm) Aug 28 2009 at 08:28
I think Myfxbook should come up with its own rating system, based on what people look at......lets look at what people look for :-

1. What % return is this system doing?......a projected annual % is good as it allows people to compare with their local APR rates.
2. How long has it been running? a system running for 6 months carries more weight than 1 running for a week.
3. What has its drawdown been like?

So a simple formula would be something like 'projected annual % * running time / drawdown'

Maybe oversimplified but I think it could work.

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Staff

Mitglied seit Jul 31, 2009  1370 Beiträge Ethan (Staff) Aug 28 2009 at 20:09

compuforexpamm posted:
    I think Myfxbook should come up with its own rating system, based on what people look at......lets look at what people look for :-

1. What % return is this system doing?......a projected annual % is good as it allows people to compare with their local APR rates.
2. How long has it been running? a system running for 6 months carries more weight than 1 running for a week.
3. What has its drawdown been like?

So a simple formula would be something like 'projected annual % * running time / drawdown'

Maybe oversimplified but I think it could work.


This is an excellent suggestion.

We've been very busy lately working on features suggested by our members, so once those are done we will see how your suggestion can be implemented.

Thank you.

only85

Mitglied seit Sep 02, 2009  8 Beiträge Patrick (only85) Sep 05 2009 at 01:42
If got another field in monthly analysis for monthly deduct the still Open Trade on that month,good also. I like myfxbook very much, keep it up. Thanks

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