### 1. Rates of Return

Rate of Returns are calculated from the start date of each program. Usually returns are calculated based on the Annual Compounded Rate of Return method. In some cases returns have been calculated on a Non-Compounded basis. This would occur when a Manager trades based on account unit rather than on account equity.

• The Annual Compound Rate of Return ("Annual CROR") represents the compounded rate of return or each year or portion thereof presented. It is computed by applying successively respective monthly rate of return for each month beginning with the first month of that period.
• The Annual Rate of Return ("Annual ROR") is the annualized Mean Return.

### 2. Worst Peak-to-Valley Drawdown

The Worst Peak-to-Valley Drawdown ("Worst Drawdown") is defined as the greatest cumulative percentage decline in net asset value due to losses sustained by the trading program during any period in which the initial net asset value is not equaled or exceeded by a subsequent asset value.

### 3. Start & End Dates

Indicates the Start and End Dates of the Worst Peak-to-Valley Drawdown.

### 4. Current Losing Streak

The Current Losing Streak ("Losing Streak") represents the extent of the Advisor's current drawdown.

### 5. Annualzied Standard Deviation

Annualized Standard Deviation is one way to look at consistency of returns. It measures the degree by which the monthly returns vary from the average (mean) return.

### 6. Downside Deviation

Downside Deviation is a measure of downside volatility. It only considers those monthly performance results that are less than the monthly Minimum Acceptable Rate of Return.

### 7. Sharpe Ratio

Sharpe Ratio is a risk-adjusted ratio that rewards consistency of returns. Traders are penalized for volatility regardless of whether it is on the up or downside. The Sharpe Ratios is calculated using a 1% risk-free rate of return.

### 7. Sharpe Ratio

Sharpe Ratio is a risk-adjusted ratio that rewards consistency of returns. Traders are penalized for volatility regardless of whether it is on the up or downside. The Sharpe Ratios is calculated using a 1% risk-free rate of return.

### 8. Sortino Ratio

Sortino Ratio is a risk-adjusted ratio. The higher the number the better. Results are dependent upon the Minimum Acceptable Rate of Return (currently set at 5%.

### 9. Sterling Ratio

Sterling Ratio is a risk-adjusted return measurement calculated by dividing the Annualized Compound ROR by the Average Yearly Maximum Drawdown less an arbitrary 10%. The Sterling Ratio is normally calculated using the last 36 months of data.

### 10. Calmar Ratio

Calmar Ratio represents the historical amount gained for each dollar risked. A higher number is better. Unless otherwise denoted the Calmar Ratio is calculated by dividing the 36 month Compounded ROR by the 36 month Peak to Valley Drawdown. Traders with less than 36 months of data or a negative Calmar Ratio will be indicated by N/A.

### 11. Omega Function

The Omega Function accounts for the non-normal distributions of returns and takes into account the investor's preferences for loss and gain. Omega is computed directly from the returns distribution and measures the total impact of the moments instead of each one of them individually.

### 12. Minimum Investment

Minimum Investment represents the minimum account size.

### 13. Assets Under Management

Assets Under Management ("AUM") represents the current nominal assets traded by the Manager.

### 14. Number of Winning Months

Number of Winning Months represents the months with positive return.

### 15. Number of Losing Months

Number of Losing Months represents the months with negative return.

### 16. Percentage of Winning Months

Percentage of Winning Months represents the % of winning months.

### 17. Margin to Equity

Margin to Equity ("Margin") represents the average margin as a percent of a fully funded account.

### 18. Round Turns per Million

Round Turns per Million ("Round Turns") represent the average number of round turns that would be generated in a \$1,000,000 account.

### 19. Average Commission

The Average Commission ("Avg Comm") represents the average commission rate of the composite track record. A higher or lower commission rate would increase or decrease the performance accordingly.

### 20. Maximum Commisions

Maximum Commission ("Max Comm") is the Maximum Round Turn Rate allowable by the Manager.