Investment program — an investment product created by the manager, designed to gather investments from investors for their further management.
Period (Reporting Period) — is a period which is pre-defined by the manager; at the end of which all trading positions are closed with a subsequent distribution of the profit, investors are then either disconnected from the Program or connected to it, additional investment amounts are made and the commission is paid to the manager.
Balance — the value of funds on ones trading account.
Equity — a current manager balance that takes all open positions into account.
Drawdown (D.down) — the peak-to-trough decline of a program or a fund, this is usually quoted as the percentage between the peak and the subsequent trough.
Trade — the purchasing/selling operation of a financial instrument conducted by a manager.
Reinvest — an option available to investors that allows them to reinvest their profits back into the original program they invested in.
Available to invest — the amount available for investment up to the next period.
Open positions — any established or entered trades that have yet to close.
Level — Genesis level shows the experience and reliability of the Manager in the current program.
Entry fee — the fee an investor pays to the manager for entering the program or fund, this is calculated as a percentage of the investing amount.
Exit fee — the fee an investor pays to the manager for withdrawing from the fund, this is calculated as a percentage of the withdrawal amount.
Success fee — the fee an investor pays to the program manager in the case of the program making a profit, this is calculated as a percentage of the profit amount.
GV commission — a commission charged by the Genesis Vision platform.
Trades — the number of trades the manager has performed during the selected date range.
Success trades — the percentage of successful trades among the number of total trades during the selected date range.
Sharpe ratio — the average return earned in excess of the risk-free rate per unit of volatility or total risk. The greater the value of the Sharpe ratio, the more attractive the risk-adjusted return.
Sortino ratio — the Sortino ratio is a variation of the Sharpe ratio that only factors in the downside risk.
Calmar ratio — a comparison of the average annual compounded rate of return and the maximum drawdown risk of asset managers and hedge funds.
Maximum drawdown — the biggest drawdown of a program or a fund during the selected date range.
Profit factor — an indicator which is defined as the gross profit divided by the gross loss for the selected date range.
Direction (Dir) — (Sell or Buy) — an indicator showing a trade direction.
Symbol — the symbol of the asset (currency pair).
Volume — the number of units offered for sale or purchase. Usually, the volume’s measured in «lots» — basically the number of currency units you will buy or sell.
Price — the price the asset was bought or sold for.
Profit — the profit a manager received for the trade.
Ticket — a unique id number assigned to each opened position or pending order in the trading terminal.
Entry — (in or out) — this is the current status of the trade. If the trade has got a status «in», it means that the trade is still open. If the trade has got a status «out», it means that the trade has been closed.
GV Fund — GV Funds are portfolios of multiple assets, gathered and chosen by the manager. The profit in GV Funds is achieved from the organic price growth of the chosen assets included within the fund, and not by «active trading activities» of the manager.
Assets — are objects that have an identifiable value and are traded on either Forex or crypto markets.
Structure — the current allocation of funds selected by the Manager.
Balance — the current balance of the GV Fund.
Total balance — the total value of funds that belong to the user on the platform.
Available — funds of the user that are currently available for investment.
Invested — funds of the user that are currently invested in programs and/or GV funds.
Pending — funds of the user that are still being processed.
Transaction — operation of funds transferring to/from or between a users wallets.
Deposit — a transaction involving a transfer of funds to another party.
Withdrawal — a transaction of taking funds out of the account.
Transfer — a transaction between accounts.
Trading strategy — trading rules, by the guidance of which a trader conducts trading operations on financial markets. The strategy defines the traders behaviour while they’re active on the market.
Manager — an independent trader who is deemed a client of Genesis Vision, who provides an asset management service to a wide range of potential investors. The individual trading activities by using his or her own funds and investors funds in the aim of making profit.
Trading account — the clients personalized account recording all complete and current trading operations, financial transactions, as well as current pending orders and applicable bonuses.
Leverage — the correlation between the margin amount and trade volume. For instance, leverage 1:100 means that in order to conduct the trading operation it is necessary to have an amount that is 100 times smaller than the transaction volume on a trading account.