If there's one thing that no investor can avoid, it would be the risk that comes with investing. However, you can reduce risk by studying where you invest. This will help you make an educated and calculated decision, thus increasing the odds in your favour!

Introducing the Risk Score

On NAGA, the Risk Score is a measure that helps you examine each trader's risk-appetite. That way, you can easily decide if you want to Autocopy a certain trader or to look further.

As an additional security measure, new traders with little to no track record on NAGA will be limited from Autocopying high-risk traders until they get more experience.

How to read the Risk Scores?

The Risk Score is measured in values from 1 to 10. The higher the score, the higher the risk, and vice versa.

For example, a trader with a Risk Score of 10 is likely to take on trades that can potentially result in significant profit or losses relative to their account balance. Whereas, a trader with a Risk Score of 3 is likely to be more conservative and diversified.

How is the Risk Score measured?

The Risk Score on NAGA is updated periodically and is calculated based on the trader's historical activity. Max Drawdown, Utilized Margin, Sharpe Ratio, and Stop Out history are taken into account for NAGA traders' Risk Score calculation.

Where can you see the Risk Score?

Risk Score is displayed on users' profiles and on Autocopy modals.

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