New Stats

We’ve added new stats: total lots/units, profit factor and commissions, in the advanced statistics box:

Also, you can now see an exact win/loss rate par each currency, in the advanced statistics, summary tab:

All of the new statistics can be analyzed in real-time using custom analysis. The new stats will become available after the next account update, as always.

Have a great week,

The Myfxbook team.

10 thoughts to “New Stats”

  1. Hi,

    I just checked but it shows only zeros while your pictures show non zeros values.

    Best regards,
    Johan

    Myfxbook Reply:

    That’s because your account wasn’t updated yet. If you’re using the EA, please wait until the markets open as it doesn’t send any data during the weekend.

  2. Hi,

    nice job, but how is “profit factor” exactly defined?

    Thanks, ShortyFX

    Myfxbook Reply:

    Taken from http://www.nd.com/define/profit.html: “This value is the profit generated by profitable trades divided by the losses generated by losing trades. A value of 2 would indicate that twice as much money was made from winning trades than was lost from losing trades. Higher values indicate less risk. “

  3. Hi,
    just checkt my “account” track again. For the accounts which use “units”, maybe you could (should) cancel all the “zero-number” right from the dot. With the broker o…a we can not tade smaler than 1 unit oder scale out 1 unit. 🙂

    Thanks, ShortyFX

    Myfxbook Reply:

    You’re correct – fixed.

  4. Hi,folks! It wod be great to see in Trading activity-trading history the Risk:Reward Ratio,wich wod be taken from the first StopLoss and the profit.
    For example-buy usd/chf open-1.0450, StopLoss-1.0400 and close at 1.0500
    So the risk:reward is 1:1

    Myfxbook Reply:

    Thanks for the suggestion! 🙂

  5. hi thanks for incorporating computation of Profit Factor. Does it take into account commission, or is it based on “pure” trade P/L? I.e. can I use it to compare a trading strategy’s performance on two brokers, one of which is an ECN broker?

    Myfxbook Reply:

    No, it uses the pure profit of the trade, disregarding and commissions.

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