Probably the person who has spent more time trying to find a formula to invest on darwins is @CavaliereVerde. He said he has being doing it for 7 years, and still he hasn’t found the way to be profitable. So, or he is doing everything wrong or it is not possible or almost impossible to make a profitable portfolio of darwins.
I have an opinion about it, and repeat, I have an opinion, nothing else.
I think it is not possible to make consistent profits investing long term on the current darwins if you pretend to make it the traditional way of choosing a wide amount of darwins. Why? There are not enough darwins with long, solid and profitable track record, plain and simple.
In Darwinex 99% of darwins are like start ups, would you take 10-20 start ups to invest long term? No, of course not.
So, what are the options? Narrow the selection and/or invest short term.
Long Term: you can choose 2-3 darwins like THA or ERQ…and stay for some years not matter what (at least they change the trading behavior) or…
Short Term: you can choose a couple of darwins like CIS using SL, and TP, so when you have a nice profit you get out (if CIS stay this way for several more years, he will be another THA).
Is it possible that THA, ERQ, etc…lose money? Of course YES, it is, but probably they will make money in the long run, so you’ll.
It is possible CIS has a sudden DD, yes, it is…that’s why I said to invest short term and using SL and TP.
The darwins mentioned on this post are not necessarily the ones I’d pick, but they represent the examples perfectly.
My two cents.