Total Profit: the sum of stock P/L with positive returns;
Total Loss: the sum of stock P/L with negative returns;
The number of days to hold a single new stock: Calculated from the date of announcement of the successful lottery to the date when the number of successful lotteries of the stock is completely cleared;
|Allotted Rate||Allotted Rate = number of allotted new stocks/number of subscriptions; |
Number of Subscriptions: the number of times of subscriptions that the subscription money is successfully deducted;
|Winning Rate||Winning Rate = number of the stock with positive returns/losses;|
Number of Profits: Among the number of allotted stocks, the number of stocks with positive return0；
|Financing Ratio||Financing Ratio = Financing Amount / Total Subscription Amount;|
Financing Amount: the sum of bank financing and Futu financing;
|Profit and loss of a single new stock||Profit and loss of a single new stock = sale transaction amount + remaining market value-winning amount-selling transaction cost-subscription handling fee-winning lottery fee-bank financing subscription interest fee;|
|Holding Days||The cumulative number of days from the allotted date to the day when all the allotted shares sold out;|
|Avg Sell Price||Amount sold/quantity sold;|
|Since the subscription of new stocks in US stocks only supports cash subscriptions, the subscription analysis of "financing ratio" is not supported for the time being.|
What is the difference between the profit and loss amount of new stocks and the profit and loss calculated by the profit and loss analysis?
The statistics of the "Profit and Loss of New Shares" module only count the profit and loss of the number of winning stocks. After the number of shares that have been awarded is cleared, the profit and loss will no longer be counted in the "Profit and Loss of New Shares". The profit and loss statistics of "Profit and Loss Analysis" will calculate the profit and loss of new stocks and the profit and loss of holding positions together, so the profit and loss of the two will be different.