In this project, we analyze different intraday trading strategies with Pivot Points. After defining different ways of calculating the Pivot Point, we do a Backtest with the most classic strategies and a different variant to those normally taught in textbooks.
To learn about Pivot Point and how to use it to predict movement in trade markets, read this blog.
This article is the final project submitted by the authors as a part of their coursework in the Executive Programme in Algorithmic Trading (EPAT®) at QuantInsti®. Do check our Projects page and have a look at what our students are building.
About the Author
A Multiasset Portfolio Manager at Morabanc Asset Management, Tomás GarcíaPurriños has over 10 years of experience in the financial sector. Among his strengths are economic analysis, asset allocation and alternative strategies with a global macro approach. Tomás is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) and holds a Master´s degree in Financial Markets from the IEB. He also teaches in several universities and business schools.
Introduction
Born probably in Chicago, Pivot Point is a popular technique among traders to calculate supports and resistances. It appears in most of the textbooks and curriculums dedicated to the study of technical analysis (i.e. CMT or CFTe), and is on the list of most common indicators in technical analysis software.
However, as with most technical indicators, public academic studies are scarce and the majority of backtests are either private (i.e proprietary research) or in blogs, etc.
There are different methods of calculating Pivot Point levels. We have tested strategies calculating the central pivot point in two different ways:
 As the average between close, maximum and minimum of the previous day;
 Including the opening of the current day;
 Adding the opening twice and without closing price (Woodie's method).
The close price has been taken at 15:59. The remaining levels have been calculated as follows:
Classic / Woodie 
Camarilla 
Fibonacci 

Support 1 (S1) 
2 * Pivot Point  H 
Pivot Point  (0.0916 * Range) 
Pivot Point  (0.382 * Range) 
Resistance 1 (R1) 
2 * Pivot Point  L 
Pivot Point + (0.0916 * Range) 
Pivot Point + (0.382 * Range) 
Support 2 (S2) 
Pivot Point  H  L 
Pivot Point  (0.183 * Range) 
Pivot Point  (0.618 * Range) 
Resistance 2 (R2) 
Pivot Point+ H  L 
Pivot Point + (0.183 * Range) 
Pivot Point + (0.618 * Range) 
Support 3 (S3) 
S1  H  L 
Pivot Point  (0.275 * Range) 
Pivot Point  (1 * Range) 
Resistance 3 (R3) 
R1+ H  L 
Pivot Point + (0.275 * Range) 
Pivot Point + (1 * Range) 
H = Last Period High 
Figure 1: Pivot Point Levels
In this EPAT Final Project, we analyze different Pivot Point strategies on futures listed in CME (Mini S&P 500, Treasury, EURUSD and Gold).
Methodology
For Backtesting the strategies, we have used Python with Pandas, Numpy, Matplot and QuantStats libraries.
It is important to take into account different aspects of the analysis that could have taken their toll on the results:
 The study was conducted with intraday data of one minute. There may be differences between the closing price of each minute and the price at which strategy would actually have been executed (slippage) and nothing ensures that there was enough volume. Also, commissions, fees and taxes have not been taken into account. Despite the above, the products chosen have remarkable liquidity and low commissions cost, so we estimate a low impact (subtracting around 0,25%/0,75% to the cumulate returns of the sample backtest).
 We´ve used the first contract of the future, so rollover hasn´t been taken into account. In the study sample, there has been at least one roll, which will impact on the calculation of the Pivot Points of the next day and therefore on the results of the day.
 Due to difficulties in calculations, it has been preferred not to trade on Sundays (and eliminate this day for the Monday´s Pivot Points, which are calculated with Friday´s levels).
Backtest
A 250day sample and a 30day Out Of Sample analysis have been used to analyze the results.
Initially, the idea was to test the most classic strategies, as explained in the textbooks (i.e. buy in supports and sell resistances, or buy when Price open above the pivot point, sell when Price open below Pivot Point, etc). However, the poor results obtained made us think they don´t work anymore.
We analyzed two alternative strategies:
Strategy 1: Buy when price breaks resistance. Add +1 contract in the breakdown of each resistance. Sell when price breaks support. Add 1 contract in each break. The position must be between 3 and +3 contracts. Close all positions at the end of the day. This strategy does the opposite of what the textbook says.
Strategy 2: A slightly more elaborated version of Strategy 1. If the price opens above the Pivot Point, and if crosses below the Pivot Point, sell 2 contracts and add 1 on support 1 with a target on supports 2 and 3 (+2 on support 1 and +1 on support 2) and stop at the resistances. If the price opens below the Pivot Point, buy +2 when the price crosses up the centre pivot and add in resistance 1 +1, with targets in resistance 2 and 3 (2 in resistance 2 and 1 in resistance 3) and stop on supports. Close all positions at the end of the day.
BT Strategy 1
In general, the results are mediocre, although somewhat better than the textbook version. The difference between methods of calculating pivot points is minimal, given that levels are relatively similar. In any case, the one that seems to give the best results, or at least the most stable, is the Classic method including the opening.
The only remarkable results using this strategy are on EURUSD, but they are not supported outside the sample and seem more a coincidence than a cause of the strategy.
You can find a summary of the results in Appendix 1.
BT Strategy 2
More interesting has been the results of the second strategy.
The results obtained with the MiniSP stand out especially.
The strategy shows consistent performance throughout the analyzed period and strongly trends in August:
Graph 1: Strategy 2. Cumulative Returns vs Benchmark MiniSP
Although drawdowns are higher than a Buy & Hold strategy, potential returns are higher too and compensate that risk as to the high Calmar Ratio shows.
This consistency remains out of the sample:
Graph 2: Strategy 2. Cumulative Returns vs Benchmark MiniSP Out Of Sample
In the case of Gold, we found positive results, although less colourful:
Graph 3: Strategy 2. Cumulative Returns vs Benchmark Gold
They don't stay out of the sample. Perhaps because of the strong trend that started in August:
Graph 4: Strategy 2. Cumulative Returns vs Benchmark Gold Out of Sample
Similarly, EURUSD repeats this pattern, but of less magnitude, while the Treasury shows good results, although out of the sample it behaves similarly to Gold at the end of the backtested period: it seems this system behaves worse in very trendy markets.
Graph 5: Strategy 2. Cumulative Returns vs Benchmark EURUSD
Graph 6: Strategy 2. Cumulative Returns vs Benchmark EURUSD Out of Sample
Graph 7: Strategy 2. Cumulative Returns vs Benchmark Treasury Futures
Graph 8: Strategy 2. Cumulative Returns vs Benchmark Treasury Futures Out of Sample
A summary of the main statistics is attached in Appendix 2.
Conclusion
We can highlight these main conclusions:
 Pivot Points calculation differences do not offer significant changes in the results of simple systems.
 Traditional trading strategies, as taught in the textbook, do not seem to work anymore. Also, the simplest or most obvious strategies do not work either way (neither for purchases nor to do the opposite). But small modifications in traditional strategies do seem to work and give some hope to continue researching.
 It seems that mean regression strategies work worse than momentum. All in all, in very trendy markets, no one beats a simple Buy & Hold.
 It would be interesting to continue researching and trying to find indicators to add to the strategy, especially those that made it rotate from momentum to average regression depending on the type of market.
Bibliography
Books:
 Candlestick and Pivot Point Trading, John L. Person, Wiley 2007.
 Computer Analysis of the Futures Market, Charles LeBeau y David W. Lucas, 1992.
Magazines:
 Stocks & Commodities V. 18:2 (1622): Pivot Points by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan.
 Stocks & Commodities V. 24:3 (7273): Predicting Reversals With Pivot Points by John Devcic.
Workpapers:
Wilinski, Antoni & Nyczaj, Tomasz & Bera, Aneta & Błaszyński, Piotr. (2013). A study on the effectiveness of investment strategy based on the concept of pivot points levels using Matthews criterion. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Computer Science. 7. 4255.
Webs:
StockCharts, ChartSchool » Technical Indicators and Overlays » Pivot Points: https://school.stockcharts.com/doku.php?id=technical_indicators:pivot_points
XTrader.net » Especial Pivot Points: https://www.xtrader.net/foro/viewtopic.php?t=20210
APPENDIX 1: STRATEGY 1 BACKTEST
Table 1: Summary of Strategy 1 Backtest
Treasury Futures 
Gold 
Mini SP 
EURUSD 
EURUSD Out of Sample 

Strategy 1 
Buy & Hold 
Strategy 1 
Buy & Hold 
Strategy 1 
Buy & Hold 
Strategy 1 
Buy & Hold 
Strategy 1 
Buy & Hold 

Start Period 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
End Period 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
20/09/2019 
20/09/2019 
Time in Market 
58.0% 
100% 
52.0% 
100% 
55.0% 
100% 
71.0% 
100% 
52.0% 
100% 
Number of Trades 
170 
171 
166 
189 
28 

Cumulative Return 
0.61% 
7.09% 
5.5% 
14.25% 
10.12% 
7.02% 
7.28% 
2.77% 
2.02% 
0.25% 
CAGR% 
1.14% 
13.54% 
10.43% 
27.99% 
19.56% 
13.4% 
13.08% 
5.07% 
22.03% 
3.02% 
Sharpe 
0.23 
2.51 
0.58 
1.58 
1.17 
0.84 
1.1 
0.81 
2.57 
0.44 
Sortino 
0.4 
4.61 
1.18 
2.86 
2.05 
1.14 
1.86 
1.13 
2.74 
0.65 
Max Drawdown 
2.42% 
1.59% 
8.06% 
5.54% 
7.08% 
6.98% 
12.26% 
3.63% 
3.16% 
1.87% 
Longest DD Days 
114 
56 
111 
113 
105 
61 
190 
153 
15 
25 
Volatility (ann.) 
3.74% 
3.5% 
13.24% 
11.13% 
10.99% 
10.93% 
8.44% 
4.32% 
6.38% 
4.45% 
Calmar 
0.47 
8.54 
1.29 
5.05 
2.76 
1.92 
1.07 
1.4 
6.97 
1.61 
Skew 
2.24 
0.92 
3.12 
1.67 
1.78 
1.06 
1.67 
0.21 
2.95 
0.37 
Kurtosis 
13.68 
3.16 
18.76 
9.05 
11.25 
5.11 
4.16 
2.82 
11.07 
0.14 
Expected Daily % 
0.0% 
0.03% 
0.03% 
0.07% 
0.05% 
0.03% 
0.04% 
0.01% 
0.07% 
0.01% 
Expected Monthly % 
0.09% 
0.98% 
0.77% 
1.92% 
1.39% 
0.97% 
1.07% 
0.4% 
1.02% 
0.13% 
Expected Yearly % 
0.61% 
7.09% 
5.5% 
14.25% 
10.12% 
7.02% 
7.28% 
2.77% 
2.02% 
0.25% 
Daily ValueatRisk 
0.38% 
0.33% 
1.34% 
1.08% 
1.09% 
1.1% 
0.91% 
0.46% 
0.73% 
0.47% 
Expected Shortfall (cVaR) 
0.55% 
0.55% 
1.83% 
1.83% 
1.63% 
1.63% 
1.06% 
1.06% 
1.31% 
1.31% 
Payoff Ratio 
1.48 
2.51 
2.71 
3.24 
0.9 
2.34 
1.78 
2.23 
0.73 
2.53 
Profit Factor 
0.06 
0.65 
0.19 
0.4 
0.36 
0.18 
0.19 
0.15 
0.53 
0.07 
Common Sense Ratio 
0.06 
0.88 
0.3 
0.51 
0.32 
0.17 
0.31 
0.14 
0.24 
0.08 
CPC Index 
0.04 
0.91 
0.18 
0.66 
0.17 
0.25 
0.11 
0.15 
0.22 
0.09 
Tail Ratio 
1.0 
1.34 
1.6 
1.29 
0.89 
0.93 
1.62 
0.95 
0.46 
1.09 
Outlier Win Ratio 
9.52 
6.37 
9.94 
7.73 
8.84 
6.76 
4.35 
10.15 
6.85 
3.27 
Outlier Loss Ratio 
3.03 
2.88 
3.21 
3.07 
3.64 
3.12 
1.89 
3.38 
1.82 
3.71 
MTD 
0.44% 
2.43% 
3.03% 
6.37% 
2.66% 
1.98% 
3.92% 
0.3% 
2.8% 
0.74% 
3M 
0.49% 
5.01% 
8.26% 
17.57% 
12.26% 
2.31% 
1.21% 
0.54% 
2.02% 
0.25% 
6M 
0.09% 
6.94% 
8.08% 
13.22% 
5.21% 
5.32% 
6.9% 
1.76% 
2.02% 
0.25% 
YTD 
0.61% 
7.09% 
5.5% 
14.25% 
10.12% 
7.02% 
7.28% 
2.77% 
2.02% 
0.25% 
1Y 
0.61% 
7.09% 
5.5% 
14.25% 
10.12% 
7.02% 
7.28% 
2.77% 
2.02% 
0.25% 
Best Day 
1.48% 
1.05% 
5.5% 
4.56% 
4.24% 
2.19% 
2.5% 
0.94% 
0.45% 
0.65% 
Worst Day 
0.77% 
0.57% 
2.53% 
1.69% 
2.1% 
3.51% 
1.18% 
0.94% 
1.78% 
0.5% 
Best Month 
0.94% 
2.43% 
8.41% 
8.15% 
3.38% 
7.31% 
4.64% 
2.28% 
0.8% 
0.74% 
Worst Month 
0.79% 
0.47% 
3.03% 
1.68% 
1.94% 
6.94% 
6.81% 
3.03% 
2.8% 
0.99% 
Avg. Drawdown 
0.47% 
0.39% 
1.94% 
1.48% 
1.69% 
1.44% 
6.2% 
2.8% 
1.75% 
1.0% 
Avg. Drawdown Days 
19 
9 
20 
15 
17 
8 
96 
98 
8 
13 
Recovery Factor 
0.25 
4.47 
0.68 
2.57 
1.43 
1.01 
0.59 
0.76 
0.64 
0.13 
APPENDIX 2: SUMMARY OF STRATEGY 2 BACKTEST
Table 2: Summary of Strategy 2 Mini S&P Backtest
Mini S&P 500 
Mini S&P 500 Out of Sample 

Start Period 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
End Period 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
20/09/2019 
20/09/2019 
Time in Market 
67.0% 
100% 
65.0% 
100% 
Number of Trades 
211 
34 

Cumulative Return 
45.03% 
6.51% 
5.12% 
3.74% 
CAGR% 
99.15% 
12.39% 
83.65% 
56.27% 
Sharpe 
2.62 
0.79 
2.76 
2.57 
Sortino 
5.26 
1.06 
5.98 
3.69 
Max Drawdown 
6.31% 
7.11% 
2.98% 
2.78% 
Longest DD Days 
90 
61 
10 
12 
Volatility (ann.) 
18.77% 
10.95% 
15.14% 
11.87% 
Calmar 
15.72 
1.74 
28.11 
20.24 
Skew 
1.42 
1.08 
1.3 
1.39 
Kurtosis 
6.62 
5.18 
2.61 
7.46 
Expected Daily % 
0.19% 
0.03% 
0.16% 
0.12% 
Expected Monthly % 
5.45% 
0.9% 
2.53% 
1.85% 
Expected Yearly % 
45.03% 
6.51% 
5.12% 
3.74% 
Daily ValueatRisk 
1.75% 
1.1% 
1.4% 
1.11% 
Expected Shortfall (cVaR) 
2.95% 
2.95% 
1.52% 
1.52% 
Payoff Ratio 
1.01 
1.89 
1.87 
2.37 
Profit Factor 
0.78 
0.17 
0.81 
0.77 
Common Sense Ratio 
1.34 
0.16 
1.39 
2.55 
CPC Index 
0.41 
0.18 
0.76 
1.2 
Tail Ratio 
1.71 
0.92 
1.71 
3.29 
Outlier Win Ratio 
4.21 
8.17 
4.11 
5.99 
Outlier Loss Ratio 
2.73 
3.25 
2.77 
2.88 
MTD 
20.69% 
2.11% 
0.74% 
3.1% 
3M 
24.15% 
2.05% 
5.12% 
3.74% 
6M 
33.7% 
4.83% 
5.12% 
3.74% 
YTD 
45.03% 
6.51% 
5.12% 
3.74% 
1Y 
45.03% 
6.51% 
5.12% 
3.74% 
Best Day 
6.79% 
2.18% 
3.18% 
1.72% 
Worst Day 
4.31% 
3.54% 
1.52% 
2.78% 
Best Month 
20.69% 
7.25% 
4.35% 
3.1% 
Worst Month 
2.42% 
7.07% 
0.74% 
0.62% 
Best Year 
45.03% 
6.51% 
5.12% 
3.74% 
Worst Year 
45.03% 
6.51% 
5.12% 
3.74% 
Avg. Drawdown 
1.7% 
1.45% 
1.16% 
1.24% 
Avg. Drawdown Days 
10 
8 
4 
7 
Recovery Factor 
7.14 
0.92 
1.72 
1.34 
Table 3: Summary of Strategy 3 Treasury Futures Backtest
Treasury Futures 
Treasury Futures Out of Sample 

Start Period 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
End Period 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
20/09/2019 
20/09/2019 
Time in Market 
68.0% 
100% 
68.0% 
100% 
Number of Trades 
227 
31  
Cumulative Return 
6.89% 
7.09% 
1.86% 
0.52% 
CAGR% 
13.14% 
13.54% 
25.13% 
6.17% 
Sharpe 
1.53 
2.51 
1.84 
0.86 
Sortino 
2.74 
4.61 
2.95 
1.22 
Max Drawdown 
3.85% 
1.59% 
3.27% 
2.57% 
Longest DD Days 
105 
56 
4 
16 
Volatility (ann.) 
5.63% 
3.5% 
8.35% 
4.82% 
Calmar 
3.41 
8.54 
7.69 
2.4 
Skew 
0.98 
0.92 
0.2 
0.28 
Kurtosis 
3.13 
3.16 
1.06 
0.51 
Expected Daily % 
0.03% 
0.03% 
0.06% 
0.02% 
Expected Monthly % 
0.96% 
0.98% 
0.93% 
0.26% 
Expected Yearly % 
6.89% 
7.09% 
1.86% 
0.52% 
Daily ValueatRisk 
0.55% 
0.33% 
0.8% 
0.52% 
Expected Shortfall (cVaR) 
0.75% 
0.75% 
1.12% 
1.12% 
Payoff Ratio 
2.18 
2.56 
0.86 
1.61 
Profit Factor 
0.37 
0.65 
0.42 
0.15 
Common Sense Ratio 
0.6 
0.88 
0.51 
0.16 
CPC Index 
0.39 
0.92 
0.23 
0.1 
Tail Ratio 
1.6 
1.34 
1.21 
1.07 
Outlier Win Ratio 
5.08 
7.58 
3.6 
5.96 
Outlier Loss Ratio 
2.15 
3.38 
1.45 
2.99 
MTD 
3.53% 
2.43% 
1.1% 
0.89% 
3M 
4.06% 
5.01% 
1.86% 
0.52% 
6M 
5.53% 
6.94% 
1.86% 
0.52% 
YTD 
6.89% 
7.09% 
1.86% 
0.52% 
1Y 
6.89% 
7.09% 
1.86% 
0.52% 
Best Day 
1.45% 
1.05% 
1.41% 
0.7% 
Worst Day 
1.05% 
0.57% 
1.12% 
0.63% 
Best Month 
3.53% 
2.43% 
2.99% 
0.37% 
Worst Month 
0.8% 
0.47% 
1.1% 
0.89% 
Best Year 
6.89% 
7.09% 
1.86% 
0.52% 
Worst Year 
6.89% 
7.09% 
1.86% 
0.52% 
Avg. Drawdown 
0.72% 
0.39% 
1.1% 
1.11% 
Avg. Drawdown Days 
13 
9 
3 
7 
Recovery Factor 
1.79 
4.47 
0.57 
0.2 
Table 4: Summary of Strategy 2 EURUSD Backtest
EURUSD 
EURUSD Out of Sample 

Start Period 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
End Period 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
20/09/2019 
20/09/2019 
Time in Market 
66.0% 
100% 
68.0% 
100% 
227 
33 

Cumulative Return 
2.28% 
2.77% 
1.49% 
0.25% 
CAGR% 
4.18% 
5.07% 
19.77% 
3.02% 
Sharpe 
0.4 
0.81 
1.65 
0.44 
Sortino 
0.63 
1.13 
2.69 
0.65 
Max Drawdown 
10.87% 
3.63% 
1.29% 
1.87% 
Longest DD Days 
187 
153 
15 
25 
Volatility (ann.) 
6.81% 
4.32% 
7.46% 
4.45% 
R^2 
0.01 
0.01 
0.0 
0.0 
Calmar 
0.38 
1.4 
15.31 
1.61 
Skew 
1.21 
0.21 
0.41 
0.37 
Kurtosis 
4.62 
2.82 
1.41 
0.14 
Expected Daily % 
0.01% 
0.01% 
0.05% 
0.01% 
Expected Monthly % 
0.33% 
0.4% 
0.74% 
0.13% 
Expected Yearly % 
2.28% 
2.77% 
1.49% 
0.25% 
Daily ValueatRisk 
0.72% 
0.46% 
0.72% 
0.47% 
Expected Shortfall (cVaR) 
0.87% 
0.87% 
0.98% 
0.98% 
Payoff Ratio 
1.25 
1.88 
1.05 
2.14 
Profit Factor 
0.08 
0.15 
0.36 
0.07 
Common Sense Ratio 
0.09 
0.14 
0.44 
0.08 
CPC Index 
0.04 
0.13 
0.24 
0.08 
Tail Ratio 
1.15 
0.95 
1.21 
1.09 
Outlier Win Ratio 
5.83 
8.82 
3.66 
5.78 
Outlier Loss Ratio 
2.18 
3.53 
1.31 
2.56 
MTD 
1.78% 
0.3% 
0.82% 
0.74% 
3M 
3.43% 
0.54% 
1.49% 
0.25% 
6M 
4.71% 
1.76% 
1.49% 
0.25% 
YTD 
2.28% 
2.77% 
1.49% 
0.25% 
1Y 
2.28% 
2.77% 
1.49% 
0.25% 
Best Day 
2.2% 
0.94% 
1.38% 
0.65% 
Worst Day 
1.08% 
0.94% 
0.98% 
0.5% 
Best Month 
3.9% 
2.28% 
0.82% 
0.74% 
Worst Month 
4.13% 
3.03% 
0.67% 
0.99% 
Best Year 
2.28% 
2.77% 
1.49% 
0.25% 
Worst Year 
2.28% 
2.77% 
1.49% 
0.25% 
Avg. Drawdown 
5.65% 
2.8% 
0.99% 
1.0% 
Avg. Drawdown Days 
96 
98 
8 
13 
Recovery Factor 
0.21 
0.76 
1.16 
0.13 
Table 5: Summary of Strategy 2 Gold Backtest
Gold 
Gold out of Sample 

Start Period 
05/02/2019 
05/02/2019 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
End Period 
21/08/2019 
21/08/2019 
20/09/2019 
20/09/2019 
Time in Market 
64.0% 
100% 
68.0% 
100% 
218 
38 

Cumulative Return 
36.32% 
14.25% 
8.83% 
1.08% 
CAGR% 
77.55% 
27.99% 
67.52% 
13.95% 
Sharpe 
2.28 
1.58 
3.87 
0.8 
Sortino 
4.66 
2.86 
4.54 
1.21 
Max Drawdown 
8.58% 
5.54% 
11.91% 
3.68% 
Longest DD Days 
97 
113 
16 
15 
Volatility (ann.) 
17.97% 
11.13% 
18.94% 
11.72% 
Calmar 
9.04 
5.05 
5.67 
3.79 
Skew 
1.57 
1.67 
0.07 
0.27 
Kurtosis 
5.97 
9.05 
0.35 
2.27 
Expected Daily % 
0.16% 
0.07% 
0.3% 
0.03% 
Expected Monthly % 
4.53% 
1.92% 
4.52% 
0.54% 
Expected Yearly % 
36.32% 
14.25% 
8.83% 
1.08% 
Daily ValueatRisk 
1.7% 
1.08% 
2.25% 
1.18% 
Expected Shortfall (cVaR) 
2.53% 
2.53% 
2.52% 
2.52% 
Payoff Ratio 
1.98 
2.75 
0.63 
1.15 
Profit Factor 
0.7 
0.4 
0.53 
0.17 
Common Sense Ratio 
1.43 
0.51 
0.39 
0.16 
CPC Index 
0.7 
0.56 
0.13 
0.12 
Tail Ratio 
2.04 
1.29 
0.72 
0.92 
Outlier Win Ratio 
5.8 
8.96 
4.8 
5.76 
Outlier Loss Ratio 
2.46 
3.49 
1.58 
2.69 
MTD 
9.61% 
6.37% 
10.28% 
0.37% 
3M 
35.57% 
17.57% 
8.83% 
1.08% 
6M 
34.04% 
13.22% 
8.83% 
1.08% 
YTD 
36.32% 
14.25% 
8.83% 
1.08% 
1Y 
36.32% 
14.25% 
8.83% 
1.08% 
Best Day 
5.5% 
4.56% 
2.33% 
2.22% 
Worst Day 
3.79% 
1.69% 
2.53% 
1.75% 
Best Month 
11.62% 
8.15% 
1.61% 
1.45% 
Worst Month 
3.38% 
1.68% 
10.28% 
0.37% 
Best Year 
36.32% 
14.25% 
8.83% 
1.08% 
Worst Year 
36.32% 
14.25% 
8.83% 
1.08% 
Avg. Drawdown 
2.53% 
1.48% 
4.57% 
1.45% 
Avg. Drawdown Days 
14 
15 
7 
6 
Recovery Factor 
4.23 
2.57 
0.74 
0.29 
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