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Recovery Zeit vom MaxDD berechnet #253

buchen opened this Issue Feb 28, 2015 · 0 comments


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buchen commented Feb 28, 2015

Zeit von Tief -> neues Hoch

Als Tooltip Label zum "maximalen Drawdown"

@buchen buchen added this to the 2015 Q1 Release milestone Feb 28, 2015

simpsus added a commit to simpsus/portfolio that referenced this issue Mar 2, 2015

@buchen buchen closed this Mar 7, 2015

simpsus added a commit to simpsus/portfolio that referenced this issue Mar 7, 2015

Merge commit '2474990a985523819ef5517a0d6322e004a0292b' into performance
* commit '2474990a985523819ef5517a0d6322e004a0292b': (29 commits)
  Update Sonarqube configuration
  Prevent reporting periods to extend into the future
  Fixed typo, changed 'duration low to high' to 'recovery time'
  Added note column to list of transactions in security view
  Implementation of buchen#253
  Fixed Typo
  Add default exchange to available exchanges if not present in result
  Fixed menus being active even though client file was not decrypted yet
  Fixed time grid for quarterly values (was shifted by one)
  Update to Eclipse 4.4.2
  Next development version 0.17.1-SNAPSHOT
  Release 0.17.0
  Added classifications to export options of return vs volatility
  Added option to extract text from PDF to help debugging PDF imports
  Fixed volatility of investment vehicles if sold during reporting period
  Added support for '.' as decimal separator when importing quotes from HTML
  Fix German labels 'Volatilität'
  Fix parsing of Deutsche Bank PDF documents
  Fix German label Maximum Drawdown Duration
  Fix lookup of latest quote from HTML table if 'use as historic' flag is set

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