I know, I know... indeed, my "visual" comparison is not very accurate. It was just more a curious thing than anything
But I have to disagree about the sentence "a DD on the same weeks/months doesn't mean nothing." In some of the latest (spanish) radio interviews to Javier Colon in "Movimiento Trader" he talks about some darwins that needs lots of volatility to work. Without such volatility, they slowly will have a DD, smooth, not sharp, but a slow one. Until the volatility comes back again. All of those darwins will have similar long, steady and calm drawdowns in the same weeks/months.
He said that it is possible to recognize such moment in time, so you could have a portfolio of 10 darwins, taking advantage of that. It would be needed the API, because it is needed to analyze the underlying market, or DWF/DWC. He said that for example you could have those 10 darwins, and when you detect that all of them start to loose, and you are taking into account volatility, sell them. Then, in some weeks/months, buy them all again.
If you guys are able to listen spanish, I highly recommend such podcast, very informative to trading darwins: