Return Limit for Bitcoin Returns Calculator
The calculator computes the number of returns that are greater than or equal to a specified percent return for different periods.
Bitcoin monthly closing prices go from August 2010 to the present.
Here is an example of how the calculator works. Assume the return limit in percent is set at 100. This means the calculator will count all returns greater than or equal to 100 percent. Because Bitcoin prices begin in August 2010, the calculator computes the returns for all possible buy and sell combinations from that date through the current month and year. It counts the number of returns that qualify (greater than or equal to 100%) and finally it computes the percentage of all returns that qualify for the period (total number of qualifying returns / total number of returns). It then does the same computations for the 2011 buy and sell combinations and continues doing these same computations year by year including the current year.
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