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Please be aware that they now calculate returns as “cumulative of all positions”, even for positions open at the same time.

So if they opened 3 positions (6 credit spreads) and each expired worthless and produced 3% return, they would report it as 18% return. But they were open at the same time, so each position could use only 1/3 of the available capital (even assuming no cash for adjustments), so the real return is 6%, not 18%.

How pathetic is this?

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