I just thinking about creating more then just 1 Darwin.
My basic strategy may work with some more pairs then EURUSD & XAUUSD (hopefully 4-6 more pairs possible).
Now is the question, how to add these new ones? Is it good to stay with one Darwin or better to split?
Reasons for 1 Darwin:
- better diversification within the Darwin - less DD
- more profit, due to compund intrest
This would be great for "friends" and investors who personally know you and put the whole equity into this 1 darwin and keep it for long time (buy an hold). Then it would have best compound intrest rates, due do reinvestment even of the performance fees, which are accumulating meanwhile as negative equity, which is not a problem, since you pay them at the very end.
Reasons for more then 1 Darwin:
- investors would have more choice
- my whole portfolio would be already well diversified, great for diversification rebates
- more chances to collect DarwinIA money
If a friend/investor would split his planned investment into all darwins, he could get good diversification rebates, but on the other hand they might have to pay more performance fees, maybe because 1 darwin make a loss, but the others much more profit then it would be with ONE single darwin. Also the overall return would be less, due to the weakened compund of intrest effect.
For sure it is very complexe to consider ALL options.
I might do both... creating 1 darwin with ALL strategies, and also offering "partial" strategy darwins. Since they would trade different assets it would not make any problems for DarwinIA i think. But i would run the partial Darwins with just a little equity, since i dont want to risk to much, and it would be the main focus to get DarwinIA money.