Profit is the gain or loss obtained by an analyst during a predefined time frame.
Rataran calculates the profit using the following variables:
the performance of each open and closed operational signal;
The total number of open and closed signals (pending signals are not taken into consideration)
First, Rataran calculates the average performance of all open and closed signals.
Subsequently, it calculates the profit of an analyst by multiplying the average of the performance of all signals by the total number of signals, subdividing this product by the number of active signals available, or 10.
For example, suppose that the analyst JohnDoe published 25 signals, 10 of which were open and 15 closed, and that the average performance of all the trading signals is equal to 3.5%.
JohnDoe's profit will be equal to (25 x 3.5%) / 10 = 8.75%
The profit of an analyst changes daily, based on the performance of the open trading signals, which can change positively or negatively depending on the performance of the financial instruments.
Having calculated the analyst's daily profit, Rataran stores this data and uses it to create the equity line or line of the analyst's historical performance.
The analyst will be able to view his equity line on his profile page.