As a Portfolio Manager (PM), once you set up a fund, it is imperative that you follow up on how it is performing. To make this easy for you, we have provided you with a wide range of reports, graphs, and charts in the convenience of your Personal Area (PA).
- Cumulative return
To find the fund performance data:
- Go to your Personal Area.
- Click on Portfolio Management and select the Funds tab.
- Click on View Details in the fund box (of the selected fund).
- Under the Overview tab you will be able to find various indicators of your fund’s performance.
Under this you can find the following information:
- Total fee in USD: This is the sum of the performance fees earned for all previous billing periods and the fees expected for the current billing period.
- Number of Investors: This is the number of investors who have active investments at the moment
- Total investments: This is the total number of investments since the fund’s inception
- Average investment duration: This is the average duration of all investments in this fund.
- For closed investments, it is the difference between the time of investment creation and closing.
- For active ones, it is the difference between the time of investment creation and the current moment.
- AUM (Asset Under Management) which is the total sum of all equity managed in the fund. This includes both the Investors' and PM's equity. This value is updated every minute.
Current billing period statistics
This section displays the same parameters as Lifetime statistics but for the current billing period by default, but can be edited to display a different time period of your choice.
Fund performance charts
In this section you will see some graphs to help you visualize the performance of your funds.
The cumulative return graph shows the fund’s equity change due to trading activity since the fund’s inception until the selected date.
Cumulative return is calculated as time-weighted rate of return which is often used to evaluate the returns of PMs. This approach eliminates the distorting effects on return rates created by deposits and withdrawals.
You can learn more about this in our detailed article here.
Note: The chart displays the stop-out dates (marked as red circles) and the total number of stop-outs.
The drawdown is a measurement of a single consecutive loss from peak-to-trough, or in other words, a drawdown begins when a downturn begins and ends when an uptick is recorded.
Maximum drawdown is the biggest loss due to trading activity since the fund's inception. The calculation is based only on closed orders (without considering losses from open orders). If the maximum drawdown is high, it's likely that the risk of capital loss is also high.
You can read more about this metric in our article here.