Cardano Drawdown Calculator: Analyze Past Cardano Performance

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The Cardano Drawdown Calculator allows you to analyze historical drawdowns, volatility, and peak-to-trough declines for your Cardano (ADA) investment. This provides some insights into realized risks and might help inform your investment strategy.

Using the Calculator

Follow these steps to use the tool:

  • Starting Date: Select the date to start your drawdown analysis.
  • Ending Date: Choose the date to end looking at drawdowns.
  • Calculate: Click this button to view the maximum drawdown, drawdown periods, and a chart showing Cardano's price and drawdowns.
  • Show Drawdowns: Click to display a table of significant drawdown periods, including peak/trough values, drawdown percentages, and volatility metrics. Note: Only drawdowns lasting 30+ days are shown.

Analyzing drawdowns helps evaluate potential risks and volatility of your Cardano investment. These metrics measure peak-to-trough declines, providing insights into downside exposure.

Screenshot of the Cardano Drawdown Calculator
Some huge rollercoasters on Cardano.

Key Features

  • Maximum Drawdown: Identifies the largest percentage drop in investment value over the selected period.
  • Drawdown Periods: Highlights time frames where significant drawdowns occurred to assess duration and severity.
  • Volatility: Evaluates annualized volatility of daily Cardano returns during drawdown periods.
  • Interactive Charts: Visualize drawdowns from previous highs against Cardano's price movements.

Data Sources & Methodology

The calculator uses historical Cardano price data from CoinGecko.

Check out our other Cardano tools: Investment Calculator, Drawdown Analyzer, Daily Moving Averages, ADA to USD , USD to ADA.


This calculator's results are for informational purposes only, not financial advice. Past performance doesn't guarantee future returns. Always do your own research and consult professionals before investing.

We hope this Cardano Drawdown Calculator helps inform your investment decisions. Visit our Investing section for more tools.



PK started DQYDJ in 2009 to research and discuss finance and investing and help answer financial questions. He's expanded DQYDJ to build visualizations, calculators, and interactive tools.

PK lives in New Hampshire with his wife, kids, and dog.

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