For relevant data indicators of Copytrading, you can view the following content;
Indicator  Description 
ROI 
A ratio or percentage that reflects the profitability or efficiency of the portfolio.

PNL  RPL + UPL 
Sharp Ratio 
Measures the return of a portfolio compared to its risk. The greater the Sharpe Ratio value, the more attractive the riskadjusted return on the portfolio.

Win Rate 
Number of Profitable Closed Positions / Total Number of Positions * 100%
Note: When a position is completely closed after the order is executed, it counts as a single closed position. If the order is partially closed, it doesn't count as a closed position.

AUM 
Pro Trader's Portfolio Investment Amount + Total Copy Trading Investment Amount

Followers PNL  The cumulative profit generated by the user's trading orders following the pro trader. (It may be due to issues such as manual closing of positions in advance by the copying user, different leverage multiples from the trader, insufficient position margin, etc.) 
Orders  The number of closing orders since becoming a pro trader to the current time 
Average Earnings

Average profits=Total net profit of orders with net profits/Number of earning times.

Average Losses 
Average losses=Total net profit of orders with net losses/Number of losses incurred.

Trading days  Since the users became the pro traders 
Runtime 
Time period since the portfolio was created.

How to calculate the Sharpe Ratio?
The Sharpe Ratio is calculated as follows:
Daily ROI 
Mean of Daily ROI

Standard Deviation of Portfolio ROI

Annualized Sharpe Ratio


Day 1  0%  0%     
Day 2  40%  30%  0.5  11.4629 
Day 3  4%  20%  0.3  15.2839 
Day 4  8%  10%  0.2  9.55248 
Notes:
1. Risk free rate = 0%;
2. The Sharpe ratio is updated daily at approximately 08:00 (UTC)
3. The Sharpe ratio is a rolling value for the past 30 days.
How to calculate the win rate
Number of Profitable Closed Positions / Total Number of Positions * 100%
Note:
 When a position is completely closed after the order is executed, it counts as a single closed position.
 If the order is partially closed, it doesn't count as a closed position.