Past Performance

The below table - Past Performance Table - will provide you a sense of confidence and belief in the future prospects of your trading bets basis the past performance of a particular symbol. The calculation here below, by default, is for one lot of NIFTY for a period of one month. We have taken ₹ one lac as the margin required for one lot of NIFTY for easier calculations. The data is fetched straight from the system in an auto mode without any manual intervention.

You can choose any symbol for any period and see the past performance and satisfy yourself by cross checking the actual trades from the main trading terminal page. This table is an important testimony which reaffirms the belief in eSauda Signals Alerts and in one of its flagship trading strategies...

Past Performance

From To Exchange Symbol Apply

Margin per Lot 100000 ₹
Total net profit 4193009.82 ₹ Gross profit 5879754.37 ₹ Gross loss 1686744.55 ₹
Profit factor 3.49 Expected payoff 9877.94 ₹
Absolute drawdown 0 (0%) Maximal drawdown 47060 (4.55%) Relative drawdown 47060 (4.55%)
Total Trades 766 Short positions won 186 (24.28%) Long positions won 366 (47.78%)
Profit trades 552 (72.06%) Loss trades 214 (27.94%)
Largest profit trade 139200 loss trade 36600
Average profit trade 10651.73 loss trade 7881.98
Maximum consecutive wins 19 consecutive losses 4
Maximum consecutive profit 222845.75 consecutive loss 26050
Average consecutive profit 10154.09 consecutive loss 7888.94

  • Margin per Lot – the amount of initial deposit required for per symbol per lot
  • Total net profit – the financial result of all trades. This parameter represents the difference between "Gross profit" and "Gross loss".
  • Gross profit – the sum of all profitable trades in monetary units.
  • Gross loss – the sum of all unprofitable trades in monetary units.
  • Profit factor – the ratio between the gross profit and the gross loss in per cents. One means that these sums are equal.
  • Expected payoff – mathematical expectation of win. This parameter to be calculated statistically represents average profit/loss factor of one trade. It can also be considered as showing the expected profitability/unprofitability of the next trade.
  • Absolute drawdown – the largest loss is below initial deposit value.
  • Maximal drawdown – the largest loss of the local maximum in the deposit currency and in per cents of the deposit.
  • Relative drawdown – the maximal loss in percents of the maximum equity value and its corresponding money value.
  • Total trades – total amount of trade positions.
  • Short positions (won %) – amount of short positions and the profit percentage thereof.
  • Long positions (won %) – amount of long positions and the profit percentage thereof.
  • Profit trades (% of total) – the amount of profitable trade positions and their part in the total trades, in per cents.
  • Loss trades (% of total) – the amount of unprofitable trade positions and their part in the total trades, in per cents.
  • Largest profit trade – the largest profit among all profitable positions.
  • Largest loss trade – the largest loss among all unprofitable positions.
  • Average profit trade – average profit value within a trade (sum of profits divided into the amount of profitable trades).
  • Average loss trade – average loss value within a trade (sum of losses divided into the amount of unprofitable trades).
  • Maximum consecutive wins (profit in money) – the longest series of profitable trade positions and sum of their wins.
  • Maximum consecutive losses (loss in money) – the longest series of unprofitable trade positions and sum of their losses.
  • Maximal consecutive profit (count of wins) – the maximal profit within one series of profitable trades and the corresponding amount of profitable trades.
  • Maximal consecutive loss (count of losses) – the maximal loss within one series of unprofitable trades and the corresponding amount of unprofitable trades.
  • Average consecutive wins – average amount of profitable positions in consecutive profitable series.
  • Average consecutive loss – average amount of unprofitable positions in consecutive unprofitable series.