How to use daily, weekly, and 200-day metrics
compare return for all porfolios using the most recent end-of-day data 








The Daily Metrics columns in a VizMetrics Comparison show performance data based on the daily closing price of each portfolio. The Daily Metrics appear in the first seven columns under the blue bar at the top of the page labelled "Return." 

How to make comparisons
Within each row you can compare various metrics (1-day return, ) for one fund or portfolio

Within each column you can compare all portfolios for one metric using the bar graph within the column. Green bars represent positive changes, and light red bars represent negative changes. the maximum and minimum values of all the values in each column determines the scale of each bar. The same scale is applied to each bar in each column. 

How to read the metrics
1d is the one-day return based on closing price. The 1-day return is calculated by comparing the most recent closing price with the prior day's closing price. If the prior day was not a trading day, then we use the immediately preceding closing price.

1w is the 1-week return based on closing price. The 1-week return is calculated by comparing the most recent closing price with the closing price 7 calendar days earlier. If 7 days ago was not a trading day, then we use the immediately preceding closing price.

4w is the 4-week return based on closing price. The 4-week return is calculated by comparing the most recent closing price with the closing price 28 calendar days earlier. If 28 days ago was not a trading day, then we use the immediately preceding closing price.

vs. MovAvg, 50d is the % above or below the 50-day moving average, based on the closing price. The closing price is adjusted for dividends and splits. We calculate the average closing price for the most recent 50 trading days, then compare that to the closing price for the most recent day. The resulting percentage is how much the latest closing price is over or under the 5-day moving average. For example, a value of 2.3% means that the most recent closing price for a portfolio is 2.3% above the 50-day moving average of that portfolio's price.

vs. MovAvg, 200d is the % above or below the 50-day moving average, based on the closing price. The closing price is adjusted for dividends and splits. We calculate the average closing price for the most recent 50 trading days, then compare that to the closing price for the most recent day. The resulting percentage is how much the latest closing price is over or under the 5-day moving average. For example, a value of 2.3% means that the most recent closing price for a portfolio is 2.3% above the 50-day moving average of that portfolio's price..

200d trend is a line graph showing the last 200 days of closing prices, adjusted for dividends and splits.