My apologies @OutsideTheBoxHK for my misunderstanding. I always think that every trader details his trading style regarding the underlying strategy, since it is the only one a trader has really control about.
Regarding the Darwin, it is Darwinex and his risk manager the one that controls it, so I usually try to put my attention into traders that do a proper money management, considering that if the trader practice a "good trading", the Darwin will have a "good behaviour".
At the end, no matters how the risk manager can control the leverage, if a Trader doesn't cut a loss in time and the market goes against him, the Darwin can experience a big loss.
Look for example this Darwin, with a -30% in September even thought VAR is 10%.
Regarding you biggest drawdown, in the last 14 months has been higher than 20%.
- On 8.-sep-17, you result was 1.231% and 20-sep-17 was 744,92%.
Drawdown is (844,92 - 1.331) / 1.331 = -36,52% Drawdown
- On 13-mar-18 you result was 1.322% and 13-abr-18 was 969,77%
Drawdown is (1069,77 - 1.422,88) / 1.422,88 = -24,82% Drawdown
Now... I really think that a trader can control individual losses, but cannot control maximum drawdown on his strategy unless he just stop to trade.
You say that you will close all your positions when drawdown is -20%. Now... after everything is closed... how do you know you are not entering into a new losing strike that converts your -20% into a -35% o -45%? It is impossible to control it, unless you decide to stop trading.
Again, I think your performance it is really impressive, but I like to calculate correct numbers, to have a real picture of the situation.
Wish you best luck in Darwinex.