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Členom od Mar 30, 2012  1 príspevkov pouis Mar 31 2012 at 14:18
The performance is calculated based on Balance.
If there is a button to switch to show performance based on equity it would be great.
Forexfactory has such function.


Členom od Apr 30, 2011  10 príspevkov femtotrader Jun 04 2012 at 14:12
I think that performance should be based on min(balance;equity)

(I'm a pessimistic guy)


Členom od Jun 21, 2012  18 príspevkov Trader Owen (cfxsignals) Nov 24 2012 at 18:41
Upvoted, its a great idea - misleading when people have 60% dd

The only way to get smarter is by playing a smarter opponent

Členom od Dec 21, 2010  130 príspevkov Ivan (StoneHeart) Nov 27 2012 at 07:18
Balance go UP, when you close Positive trade, never mind that there are many other Negative trades.
You can control this process.
Equity go UP, when price move in direction of your position, even if you do not close any trade.
You can only predict this movement with some probability.
These are two completely different point of view.
We are looking for Equity, buy if you cant made Balance, you will not get Equity.

Small GAIN, big WIN

Členom od Mar 31, 2012  41 príspevkov myfxpedia (myfxpedia) Dec 04 2012 at 09:53
Balance curve is important, however equity curve predict profitability of the system. A yes please.

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