Some of the differences you see here are due to the differences between day and swing trading strategies, others are just the nature of the strategy. What we can say is that in general the Total Net Profit and Avg. Trade Net Profit are higher for swing trading strategies. The Total Number of Trades on the other hand is typically higher for day trading ones. What is also clear is that the Max. Trade Drawdown is equal to the stop loss for day trading strategies and much higher than the stop loss for swing ones. Why this is the case we will discuss below more in detail.
Other things like Profit Factor, Percent Profitable or the Ratio Avg. Win:Avg. Loss do not depend on the type of strategy.
Introducing Commission and Slippage
In the next step we will include $5 commission per round-trip and 1 Tick slippage for each side, i.e. $10 for the round trip. This provides a more realistic equity curve, since most of us will have to pay such commission and get on average such a slippage.