It seems that on the migrated part of the track record, it misses the first trade
Error during the migration? Track-record 'manufactured'?
I am interested for some time for the work of this author on mql5. His demo signals are on Darwinex demo accounts, his real account signals seem to be penny accounts by particularly exotic brokers, which seemed a little contradictory with asset management ambitions in millions of this author specializing in martingales.
Can source accounts be a penny account?
How to explain this line that is missing on the first order, I have never seen this before ?
I dare to hope that before specifically promoting the IPO of a Darwin resulting from a migration, the management of Darwinex has carried out particularly rigorous controls?
If I'm interested in this author is that its results are spectacular, including on Darwinex demo accounts. So I am very satisfied that Darwinex offers a Darwin of this author.
But I would like someone to explain to me the story of the first trade that is missing, and since this author publishes his accounts on MyFxBook and Mql5, I think that the link to the source account would be reassuring proof that everything is happening in the rules.
Or even better, that Darwinex confirms that a human audit by his specialists has taken place.
On migrated track records, Darwinex has to be extremely rigorous. Not only to protect investors, but by equity for traders who offer Darwins from Darwinex native track-records.