This thread is to discuss or complain about the way C2 calculates DD.
If a strategy starts with (i.e.) 15k and after making some trades and during the month the account reaches 20k without liquidating any position. And then the account drops to 16k, also without liquidating anything. In this case the DD will show the account is 20% DD. Strategies use options, could spike in value intraday very high and then it comes down.
Subscribers in this case did not have any tax liability and they only had paper profits really.
The real DD is when you have cash of 15k and then your account drops to 12k. In this case you do have a DD of 20%.
Now the first account made 6.67% and the other one lost 20%. But both show they have a 20% DD.
I really think C2 should distinguish between the starting investment and the intraday spikes.