DAX measure

Luca Moffa 1 Reputation point
2021-01-27T12:06:11.483+00:00

Can you please help me in set a measure in Pivot table to correctly calculate total TWR in Pivot? I have 2 shares A and B and total results using PRODUCTX to calculate total TWR are wrong.

This is the formula I made: =CALCULATE(PRODUCTX(VALUES(Table1[Date]),sumx(Table1,[Return])/sumx(Table1,[CurrentValue t-1])+1)-1)

I can send the trial file excel I used if needed.

Many thanks and regards.
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  1. Alexei Stoyanovsky 3,416 Reputation points
    2021-01-28T07:43:47.507+00:00

    The CALCULATE call is misplaced, those #NUM! values hint at using the safer DIVIDE, and daxformatter.com is a great tool:

    =
    PRODUCTX (
        VALUES ( Table1[Date] ),
        CALCULATE (
            DIVIDE ( SUMX ( Table1, [Return] ), SUMX ( Table1, [CurrentValue t-1] ) ) + 1
        )
    ) - 1
    
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  2. Lukas Yu -MSFT 5,816 Reputation points
    2021-01-28T08:01:23.257+00:00

    Hi,

    As far as I can see, the "wrong" result is caused by the decimal places in the dax calculation .

    For example :
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    This is why the end result is not the same as your previous test.

    I think your DAX should be the right result.

    =CALCULATE(PRODUCTX(VALUES(Table1[Date]),sumx(Table1,[Return])/sumx(Table1,[CurrentValue t-1])+1)-1)

    And the TWR for each row should be rounded to 2 decimal places since it is in percentage format just as you "TWR+1" column. You could use ROUND or FIXED function to do this.

    Regards,
    Lukas

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