## MAE Distribution

The MAE distribution table takes all of the Desktop positions and groups them together by MAE% values. Each group of positions is used for calculating various performance metrics and then displayed as a single row in the table.

The Maximum Adverse Excursion is the maximum loss that the position had before it was closed.

Name |
Description |

Start % |
The lower MAE which starts the range. |

End % |
The upper MAE which ends the range. |

Currency |
The row currency code. |

Positions |
The total number of positions whose MAE fits the range. |

Win |
The number of winning positions whose MAE fit the range. |

Loss |
The number of losing positions whose MAE fit the range. |

Win % |
The percent of winning positions whose MAE fit the range. |

Loss % |
The percent of losing positions whose MAE fit the range. |

Total PnL |
The total PnL of all the positions whose MAE fit the range. |

Avg. PnL |
The average PnL of all the positions whose MAE fit the range. |

Total Qty |
The total quantity of positions whose MAE fit the range. |

Avg. Qty |
The average quantity of positions whose MAE fit the range. |