Profit and Loss (UTxO)
The number of UTxOs being in profit or loss by comparing the price between created and destroyed

# Definition

Profit and Loss (UTxO) evaluates the number of UTxOs being in profit or loss by comparing the price between created and destroyed. When the price at destroyed time is higher than created, this transaction is in profit.
$\text{UTxOs in Profit} = \text{Number of UTxOs being in profit}$
$\text{UTxOs in Loss} = \text{Number of UTxOs being in loss}$
$\text{Percent UTxOs in Profit} = 100 * \frac{\text{UTxOs in Profit}}{\text{Number of UTxOs}}$
$\text{Percent UTxOs in Loss} = 100 * \frac{\text{UTxOs in Loss}}{\text{Number of UTxOs}}$

# Interpretation

Assuming that UTxO's movement is the result of trading transaction, Profit and Loss (UTxO) is the basic data that shows how many UTxOs are in loss.

## By Examining Absolute Numbers

If you want to look for how many UTxOs are in profit/Loss
• Numbers of UTxOs that are in Profit: Profit amount
Profit amount naturally shows a correlation to the price
• Numbers of UTxOs that are in Loss: Loss Amount
Loss amount naturally shows an inverse correlation to the price

## By Examining Ratio

If you want to look for ratio of UTxOs are in profit/Loss comparative to all UTxOs
• Ratio of UTxOs that are in Profit: Profit percent
Profit percent naturally shows a correlation to the price
• Ratio of UTxOs that are in Loss: Loss percent
Loss percent naturally shows an inverse correlation to the price