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The desire of any individual to explore the world around him is limitless, and at the epicenter of his judgments about different phenomena is the possibility of comparing and contrasting one with another. The ability to compare the activities of people in one area of activity is a fundamental need for a thinking person. For example, we compare one football player with another in terms of the number of created chances to open the score, created accurate passes, interceptions, etc. It is the comparison in terms of a set of indicators that allows us to determine the best specialist in a particular area.

We often compare ourselves with other human beings on different aspects and this allows us to acknowledge our strengths and weaknesses. All this is part of the comprehensive self-development of us as individuals and improves the person's understanding of the external environment. Variety is unique, and in order to understand the uniqueness of a phenomenon, it is necessary to have a reliable system of assessment and criteria for comparison.

Trading and portfolio investment information can also be compared. There are millions of investors in the world, and each of them has its own history of successes and failures, achievements and defeats. To be a successful trader, you do not need to know rocket science or have an IQ at the Einstein level. Often, a successful trader is a combination of two factors - the ability to think strategically and be disciplined.

Acknowledging the fact how rapidly the copy trading is progressing, we decided to simplify the process of assessing the effectiveness of portfolios of different copy investors and create their ratings based on a system of indicators and criteria. These indicators include annualized profitability, volatility, and a system of coefficients that commensurate profitability with risk exposure.

For your consideration introduced access to the 3 most popular, in our opinion, trader evaluation systems based on the volatility of their portfolio, annualized return, and integral rating score.

Ranking
by Ranking score
Be on the side of the best copy trading strategies
We have made a comprehensive and integral based assessment and selected the best copy portfolios for copy trading
Traders RScore
RScore - is integral indicator for measuring the effectiveness of a trading strategy. The formula to calculate of the indicator was defined empirically and represents the following combination of metrics: (Sharp + Sortino + Calmar + Alpha x 5) x 100 + 1000. The higher the rating score, the more attractive the strategy is in terms of its efficiency.
Median Return
M Return - is one of the most important indicators of a trader's success. It is computed based on the calculation of the median average for the sample of trader's portfolio trading data, gathered on the monthly basis. The measured number of the median average for the portfolio is multiplied by 12 to obtain its annual value. Thus, Median Return = Median average * 12.
Sharpe
Sharp - ratio is an indicator of the effectiveness of an investment strategy, which is calculated as the ratio of the average portfolio return (Ann. Return) adjusted for the risk-free rate to the standard deviation of the portfolio.
Sortino
Sortino - is an indicator of the effectiveness of an investment strategy, which is calculated as the ratio of the average portfolio return (Ann. Return) adjusted for the risk-free rate to the standard deviation of the portfolio, excluding positive deviations in the fluctuations in the value of the investment portfolio.
Calmar
Calmar - is an indicator of the effectiveness of an investment strategy, which is calculated as the average value of the return on an investment strategy (Ann. Return) to the value of its maximum drawdown.
Alpha
Alpha - Jensen's alpha (or Jensen's Performance Index, ex-post alpha) is used to determine the abnormal return of a security or portfolio of securities over the theoretical expected return. The Jensen's alpha aims to do this and is calculated using a simple formula: Jensen's alpha = Portfolio return - [Risk Free Rate + Portfolio Beta * (Market Return - Risk Free Rate)]
Beta
Beta -
Max DD
Max DD - a maximum drawdown (MDD) is the maximum observed loss from a peak to a trough of a portfolio, before a new peak is attained. Maximum drawdown is an indicator of downside risk over a specified time period.
 cphequities
2016 29.70% 1.74 4.75 2.66 20.43% 0.56 -11.18%
 olivierdanvel
1991 9.72% 3.94 3.94 1.53 10.07% -0.03 -6.36%
 eddyb123
1685 29.22% 0.82 3.43 1.78 16.49% 0.75 -16.39%
 liborvasa
1683 23.34% 1.47 3.08 1.64 12.78% 0.76 -14.23%
 reinhardtcoetzee
1679 27.66% 1.72 3.20 1.36 10.18% 1.02 -20.33%
 gserdan
1677 43.56% 1.52 2.49 1.37 27.68% 0.93 -31.75%
 rubymza
1670 24.24% 1.59 3.05 1.47 11.96% 0.71 -16.52%
 harryh1993
1639 25.44% 0.99 3.25 1.70 9.10% 0.94 -14.99%
 petrbalas
1626 31.92% 1.04 2.71 1.74 15.19% 1.01 -18.30%
 alderique
1610 22.20% 1.41 2.90 1.46 6.59% 0.91 -15.20%
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Ranking
by Volatility
Low risk is a wise decision for long term capital creation
We have made a selection of the strategies with positive return and lowest volatility for better servicing to idea «slow and steady wins the race»
Traders RScore
RScore - is integral indicator for measuring the effectiveness of a trading strategy. The formula to calculate of the indicator was defined empirically and represents the following combination of metrics: (Sharp + Sortino + Calmar + Alpha x 5) x 100 + 1000. The higher the rating score, the more attractive the strategy is in terms of its efficiency.
Median Return
M Return - is one of the most important indicators of a trader's success. It is computed based on the calculation of the median average for the sample of trader's portfolio trading data, gathered on the monthly basis. The measured number of the median average for the portfolio is multiplied by 12 to obtain its annual value. Thus, Median Return = Median average * 12.
Sharpe
Sharp - ratio is an indicator of the effectiveness of an investment strategy, which is calculated as the ratio of the average portfolio return (Ann. Return) adjusted for the risk-free rate to the standard deviation of the portfolio.
Sortino
Sortino - is an indicator of the effectiveness of an investment strategy, which is calculated as the ratio of the average portfolio return (Ann. Return) adjusted for the risk-free rate to the standard deviation of the portfolio, excluding positive deviations in the fluctuations in the value of the investment portfolio.
Calmar
Calmar - is an indicator of the effectiveness of an investment strategy, which is calculated as the average value of the return on an investment strategy (Ann. Return) to the value of its maximum drawdown.
Alpha
Alpha - Jensen's alpha (or Jensen's Performance Index, ex-post alpha) is used to determine the abnormal return of a security or portfolio of securities over the theoretical expected return. The Jensen's alpha aims to do this and is calculated using a simple formula: Jensen's alpha = Portfolio return - [Risk Free Rate + Portfolio Beta * (Market Return - Risk Free Rate)]
Beta
Beta -
Max DD
Max DD - a maximum drawdown (MDD) is the maximum observed loss from a peak to a trough of a portfolio, before a new peak is attained. Maximum drawdown is an indicator of downside risk over a specified time period.
 olivierdanvel
1991 9.72% 3.94 3.94 1.53 10.07% -0.03 -6.36%
 spxhedgefund
1567 16.08% 1.33 2.43 1.53 7.76% 0.52 -10.54%
 equitiesfund
1318 9.12% 0.69 1.69 0.87 -1.26% 0.70 -10.53%
 capimatt
1207 8.04% 0.61 0.92 0.40 2.81% 0.32 -20.26%
 rubymza
1670 24.24% 1.59 3.05 1.47 11.96% 0.71 -16.52%
 alderique
1610 22.20% 1.41 2.90 1.46 6.59% 0.91 -15.20%
 liborvasa
1683 23.34% 1.47 3.08 1.64 12.78% 0.76 -14.23%
 empiricist
1602 24.54% 1.51 2.93 1.07 10.21% 0.84 -22.91%
 cphequities
2016 29.70% 1.74 4.75 2.66 20.43% 0.56 -11.18%
 richardstroud
1540 21.24% 1.23 2.49 0.94 15.02% 0.38 -22.63%
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Ranking
by Profitability
Positive increment of capital growth is a key of wealth crafting
We have made a selection of copy portfolio by profitability with robust statistical model that will minimize a risk of fortuitous and contingency
Traders RScore
RScore - is integral indicator for measuring the effectiveness of a trading strategy. The formula to calculate of the indicator was defined empirically and represents the following combination of metrics: (Sharp + Sortino + Calmar + Alpha x 5) x 100 + 1000. The higher the rating score, the more attractive the strategy is in terms of its efficiency.
Median Return
M Return - is one of the most important indicators of a trader's success. It is computed based on the calculation of the median average for the sample of trader's portfolio trading data, gathered on the monthly basis. The measured number of the median average for the portfolio is multiplied by 12 to obtain its annual value. Thus, Median Return = Median average * 12.
Sharpe
Sharp - ratio is an indicator of the effectiveness of an investment strategy, which is calculated as the ratio of the average portfolio return (Ann. Return) adjusted for the risk-free rate to the standard deviation of the portfolio.
Sortino
Sortino - is an indicator of the effectiveness of an investment strategy, which is calculated as the ratio of the average portfolio return (Ann. Return) adjusted for the risk-free rate to the standard deviation of the portfolio, excluding positive deviations in the fluctuations in the value of the investment portfolio.
Calmar
Calmar - is an indicator of the effectiveness of an investment strategy, which is calculated as the average value of the return on an investment strategy (Ann. Return) to the value of its maximum drawdown.
Alpha
Alpha - Jensen's alpha (or Jensen's Performance Index, ex-post alpha) is used to determine the abnormal return of a security or portfolio of securities over the theoretical expected return. The Jensen's alpha aims to do this and is calculated using a simple formula: Jensen's alpha = Portfolio return - [Risk Free Rate + Portfolio Beta * (Market Return - Risk Free Rate)]
Beta
Beta -
Max DD
Max DD - a maximum drawdown (MDD) is the maximum observed loss from a peak to a trough of a portfolio, before a new peak is attained. Maximum drawdown is an indicator of downside risk over a specified time period.
 gserdan
1677 43.56% 1.52 2.49 1.37 27.68% 0.93 -31.75%
 petrbalas
1626 31.92% 1.04 2.71 1.74 15.19% 1.01 -18.30%
 cphequities
2016 29.70% 1.74 4.75 2.66 20.43% 0.56 -11.18%
 eddyb123
1685 29.22% 0.82 3.43 1.78 16.49% 0.75 -16.39%
 wesl3y
1306 28.14% 0.58 1.36 0.64 9.73% 1.37 -44.24%
 reinhardtcoetzee
1679 27.66% 1.72 3.20 1.36 10.18% 1.02 -20.33%
 jeppekirkbonde
1609 27.42% 1.14 3.01 1.33 12.29% 1.01 -20.63%
 conhoulihan
1438 26.88% 0.86 2.39 0.82 6.28% 1.15 -32.61%
 harryh1993
1639 25.44% 0.99 3.25 1.70 9.10% 0.94 -14.99%
 empiricist
1602 24.54% 1.51 2.93 1.07 10.21% 0.84 -22.91%
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