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Advanced Darwin Filtering Tool

There are 6 darwins with an equity of 107625 :wink:

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O.O Oops? Oh my… I’ll take a look asap when I get near a computer
@CavaliereVerde give me an example? I can’t find it…

Edit: I thought you meant that I forgot to redact 6 darwins with high equity… That’s not what you are saying, right?

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I found
SAT FAW EES DEH CZC AQN

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Oh, those are 107.625 -> 107. There is a dot there
Edit: I’m guessing different standards, since you seem to use comma to denominate fractions

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I am using italian open office calc . :slight_smile:
BTW I substituted dots with commas , I prefer dots (I am a scientist) but the spreadsheet use commas for numbers.
The important thing is converting to numbers with the VALUE() function , as on the csv everything is a text .

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Any hope of adding trading equity on the tool? I know you have probably moved on but…

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Unfortunately equity history isn’t available through the api

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Any way to filter by the current equity (interested in the above 10K equity darwins) combined with the above functionality of the tool ?

Hm, I think you can download the equity data file, and

  1. Filter in excel by sorting there
  2. Get filtered results from filtering tool
  3. Get set intersection of results?

I cannot easily add equity filtering into the tool, because I didn’t gather the equity data - because data contains closed Darwins as well, and for those equity data is not available - and working with data with holes in it is a nightmare

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How are these performing for you?

I re-organized that same list of DARWIN’s in Descending Order in terms of Equity x VAR. in the final column just to make it easier to find the DARWIN’s that (as you say)…[quote=“yhlasx, post:16, topic:4952”]
The idea is to look at Equity * Var value to see the underlying risk!
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Data has not been updated since Dec 2018.
See the sorted list HERE.

I also eliminated all DARWIN’s with under $500 equity. Which left only 1153 DARWIN’s.

How are your top 8 performing now, since your last update?

Maybe I’ll just have to look myself… the silence intrigues me.

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TBH I stopped monitoring Darwins. I’m only trading myself now. Which is less stressful

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is that at least partially due to the poor results since your last update?

5 January first ROI

13 March second ROI

  1. IFS -> 32.11% ------------------ 15.77%
  2. XSD -> 59.76% ------------------56.82%
  3. ECB -> 57% --------------------- 36.42%
  4. OCO -> 32.37% ---------------- 30.89%
  5. AKO->
  6. TKT ->
  7. XBT ->
  8. JXT ->

Oh those Darwins weren’t the ones I invested in. I just thought they were interesting Darwins with potential -> after sifting through equity and Var Data.

The main reason I quit investing in Darwins is because I can’t relax and work on other stuff - I cannot leave the investment be - so I stopped investing and decided to trade myself.

This way, when I have no open trades, I can be at peace.

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