Right next to the Return Rate you can see the arrow. It can be red or green and go up or down.
This arrow is an indicator of Return Rate’s change. It is calculated according to the data of the current day and the previous day. The direction of the arrow indicates the dynamic of Return Rate, i.e. the difference in the profitability change for the current day and the previous day.
The direction of the trend indicator is defined as the difference in profitability between the last two days from the current moment:
- positive – up-arrow;
- negative – down-arrow;
- zero – no arrow.
The arrows can help you to choose the Trader in particular moment of time, because the arrow’s direction shows whether the Return Rate is increasing or decreasing at the moment.
- The dynamic indicator is calculated for the period of the last two days. So, when taking the arrow direction into account, have a look at the optimal Return Rate of 1 month.
- If the Return Rate for 1 month is high enough, but the arrow is pointed down, it’s not the reason to panic. It means Trader had less successful deals for the past couple of days, but was successful for the past month in total.