@CavaliereVerde / @Medialux / anyone else interested:
I think this deserves an entire post of its own, but to speak to this briefly - from reviewing the Top 20 Invested Darwins, I feel there is a "culture" of sorts among investors at the present time, of buying high and selling low as @KlondikeFX has quite appropriately put it numerous times in past forum posts.
Looking at the Scalability metrics of the Top 20 Invested Darwins, the one that IMMEDIATELY stands out to me as possibly one of "the" most impressive strategies in the Top 20 Invested, is @bardugo 's PriceActionAnalysis
Performance & Timing: > 6.0
Risk Management: 5.0
Effects of Slippage up to 2 pips: Positive by a huge margin... great job @bardugo
In reviewing the Top 20 Invested, I quickly skimmed past most of them to this one - taking one look at the Divergence column along the way in each row.
Are most investors doing the same thing? - highly unlikely, otherwise @bardugo would probably have crossed at least $1,000,000 in investment, regardless of how much the other systems accrued (as deserving as they are of course for maintaining excellent scalping systems, e.g. @KlondikeFX NTI.
Due to the manner in which any equity curve stands out to novice investors, if they were to look at PriceActionAnalysis' equity curve, they would quickly move to the next strategy in the list (as they are not looking at the right metrics, just how cool and linear a curve should look).
But to an experienced trader/investor, it would be a great find I cannot, for the life of me, understand why @bardugo 's PriceActionAnalysis has only 10 investors.... a brilliant system not getting the attention it deserves.
I think a lot more needs to be done on educating investors on Darwin selection, keeping Scalability and Divergence at the forefront of that education - I myself am happy to start more educational posts on the forum if it helps.