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What is Sharpe ratio in copy trading?
The Sharpe ratio is a measure that helps investors or followers better understand the returns of a strategy provider compared to the risk they took. It helps give a more comprehensive picture of whether returns are due to good investment decisions or from taking excessive risk.
Basically, Sharpe ratio measures risk-adjusted returns.
The higher the Sharpe ratio, the greater the investment return relative to the risk taken. Generally speaking, a Sharpe ratio greater than 1 is considered good, while a Sharpe ratio greater than 3 is considered excellent.
Trade responsibly: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing all your invested capital due to leverage.