Sometimes I think Darwinex has stil a lot of room for improvements. D-Score is probably the core of the whole Darwinex system. When I see examples like the one I am about to mention, I believe it is important to work on it asap.
Let´s take darwin FOF, it is a 14 months darwin. On April 16th 2018 its D-Score was 44, only 17 days later it was 72
I understnd its performance changed a lot in these days, but we are talking about the MAIN tool investors should consider to qualify a darwin? If D-Score is so volatil, how can we trust in it? I don´t think this darwin was so bad two weeks ago, I don´t think it is so good now just because a couple of great or lucky days...
I am a big fan of Darwinex system, and I want to believe in the D-Score. I´ve been told many times that it is proven the higher D-Score the higher probability of good results. So, what D-Score should I have to qualify this darwin, 44 or 72? We are talking about the same darwin, and only a few days are separating one score from the other.
Darwinex staff, does it make sense to you? @CavaliereVerde I know you are also a big fan of D-Score (as I am too), what´s your thinking about it?