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All public PAMM portfolios are shown in the full rating.
PAMM portfolios which adhere to the following conditions will be included in the rating:
It is calculated based on the following formula:
3-month Return: the return over the past 3 months and one day (rounded down to the nearest tenth).
6-month Return: the return over the past 6 months and one day (rounded down to the nearest tenth).
1-year Return: the return over the past 1 year and one day (rounded down to the nearest tenth).
Return to Date: the return from the time it was created up to the last rollover (rounded down to the nearest tenth).
Today’s Return: the return from 00:00 (MetaTrader time) to the time of the last rollover, measured as a percentage. (round down to the nearest hundredth)
Average geometric return — average return with compound interests and capitalisation.
Geometric standard deviation of return — deviation from average return.
This is the currency in which a PAMM portfolio is denominated. When investing in a PAMM portfolio, conversions are made automatically at our internal exchange rate. Currently the following currencies are available: USD, EUR, GLD.
This value indicates the logarithmic ratio of current returns on a PAMM account in relation to returns needed to overcome all losses on the account. If the recovery factor is less than 1, the manager still hasn’t covered all losses. Even if maximum returns were achieved recently on the account, the value can still be less than one, meaning that total returns have still not reached a level which is more than the total drawdown.
Profit / Volatility Coefficient — the sum of daily returns and losses in percentage form, devided by the number of trading days.
Probability to receive return less than 10% per year.
The maximum return on investment you could have achieved by investing in a PAMM portfolio (from the date it was opened). It is calculated by measuring the largest distance between a low point and a subsequent high point on the portfolio's "Rate of return" chart.
The maximum amount you could have lost by investing in a particular PAMM portfolio (from the date it was opened). It is calculated by measuring the largest distance between a high point and a subsequent low point on the portfolio's "Rate of return" chart.
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