# Calmar Ratio.

The Calmar ratio is a risk-adjusted performance measure that is used to evaluate the performance of a trading system. It is calculated by dividing the average annual return of the system by the standard deviation of the returns.

A high Calmar ratio indicates that the system has a high degree of risk-adjusted performance. A low Calmar ratio indicates that the system has a low degree of risk-adjusted performance.

The Calmar ratio is named after its creator, William F. Calmar.

What is Mar ratio? The term "Mar ratio" is used to describe the relationship between the current price of a commodity and the price of the same commodity at the time of delivery. The Mar ratio is used to help traders determine whether a commodity is currently under- or over-priced.

### How do you calculate drawdown ratio?

There is no definitive answer to this question as the calculation of drawdown ratio will vary depending on the individual's trading strategy and objectives. However, a drawdown ratio can be generally defined as the percentage of an account's value that has been lost during a period of time. For example, if an account loses 10% of its value over a two-week period, the account's drawdown ratio would be 10%.