@DAIICHI - Let me put it this way:
A car has an accelerator pedal - it's Consistency is measured I guess by how consistently it results in a speed increase with increasing pressure on the pedal.
If over time it does this very consistently, that means speed performance will remain consistent, yes.
..but if you don't have consistent brakes, the car will be at much higher risk of collision or other catastrophic accidents.
So if a careful passenger (investor) were to be asked to sit in this car, he/she would ask the driver (trader or Darwinex risk manager) whether the car can first of all "move" (have decent odds for favorable return), but more importantly whether the car has some safety features (one of which are consistently operational brakes)... not how fast the car can go.
Let's not get stuck on my "Quant" comment - I don't want to go there because I have a fair idea that conversation would bore you.. it's for a different subset of traders entirely, and I don't think you're one of them from what I've seen on the forum (which is fine of course)