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When you click on a wallet in Compass, the first page provides an overview of the wallet's trading history, style, and profitability. This article explains the different sections you'll find on the wallet overview page.
You can add a nickname to a wallet to make it easier to recognize across Compass. The nickname you set will only be visible to you.
The Wallet Performance Metrics section shows you the wallet's lifetime performance. The metrics include ERC 721 and ERC 1155 NFTs purchased from the following marketplaces: Opensea, Blur, LooksRare and X2Y2.
Performance overivew of a wallet on Compass
The total amount of ETH received from ERC 721 and ERC 1155 token sales.
The total amount of ETH spent on purchasing ERC 721 and ERC 1155 tokens.
The 'Total Profit' metric represents the total amount of ETH received from ERC 721 and ERC 1155 token sales minus the total amount of ETH spent on purchasing these tokens.
This figure, however, does not account for the value of tokens still held in the wallet's portfolio. It assumes that the wallet's holdings are worth 0 ETH.
To get a better understanding of the wallet's total profitability, add the wallet's 'Portfolio Value' (the current market value of the wallet's holdings) to the 'Total Profit' figure, and subtract the value of 'dead' tokens held by the wallet.
Note: 'Dead' tokens are those from collections that had zero sales in the last seven days.
Tip: This metric is particularly useful for assessing the profitability of wallets that primarily engage in short-term trading. These traders often have positive total profits because they don't have a lot of ETH locked up in their holdings.
'Realized Gains' is a metric that focuses solely on 'flipped' tokens—tokens that the wallet has bought and then subsequently sold. It calculates the total ETH made or lost from these trades.
This metric ignores any token purchases that have not yet been sold. It also considers tokens that the wallet received via transfer (such as airdrops) and then sold for a profit.
Strength: 'Realized Gains' provides useful profitability insights for traders who tend not to sit on losses but instead prefer to close out their positions.
Weakness: This metric can be less reliable when a trader is holding a significant number of tokens that have depreciated in value but are yet to be sold. If a trader is sitting on large unrealized losses—such as tokens minted that have now depreciated to 0 ETH—this metric could potentially mask these unrealized losses.
The 'Portfolio Value' represents the total value of ERC 721 and ERC 1155 tokens currently held by the wallet. This value is calculated based on the collection's floor prices, or the lowest price at which an NFT is currently listed for sale.
In Compass, tokens are categorized into four liquidity bands: High, Medium, Low, and Dead. 'Dead' collections are those that had zero sales in the last seven days.
The Low, Medium, and High liquidity bands are calculated based on the ratio of sales to the total supply of tokens in the last 48 hours.
Note: We recommend using 'Portfolio Value' in combination with 'Total Profit' to get a more comprehensive picture of a wallet's profitability.
This chart shows the total value of the wallet's NFTs based on historical floor prices.
The 'Activity Scatterplot' provides a visual overview of a wallet's trading activity over time. Each dot on the scatterplot represents a transaction, and you can hover over a dot to see more information about the specific transaction.
You can interact with this chart in several ways:
- 1.Click and drag on the chart to zoom in on specific periods of time.
- 2.Hover over the dots to see more information about individual transactions.
- 3.Click on the legend at the bottom to hide or display specific token types.
The bottom of the chart displays the profit or losses for a given day based on trades closed on that day.
Tip: This chart can help you see how consistently profitable a wallet is, as well as identify patterns of automated listing.
Tip: If you want to filter the 'Activity Scatterplot' for a single collection only, click the 'Filter' button at the top of the 'Overview' page and select the collection of your choice.
The 'Profit/Loss Pie Chart' visually breaks down a wallet's profits and losses according to transaction type.
- 1.Click on a specific segment of the pie chart to see from which collections the wallet has made profits or incurred losses. For example, clicking on the "Bid" segment will reveal all collections where the wallet made profits or losses from bidding.
- 2.Once you have clicked on a transaction type, you can click on a specific collection to filter the entire wallet overview page for that collection only. This allows you to explore the wallet's trading history for that collection in more detail.
Tip: This chart offers insights into a wallet's trading strategy, revealing whether the wallet's profits/losses are primarily driven by bidding, flipping, or minting.
This section shows the collections a wallet has recently accumulated or disposed of. It displays the net change in position for a given collection for the selected time period.
Tip: Hover over a collection in 'Recent Bets' and click on the 'Only' filter to see the wallet's trading history for that collection only.