As you’ve discovered in your interface yesterday, a new predefined filter has been released: Under The Radar!
Our latest dedicated blog post will tell you more about it!
I open a separated thread from the original (you can find here) because, if predefinded filters are helpful to reduce our playing field and sort roughly in the first place, this one enters in a category I would personally call: Advanced predefined filters. A more subtle level.
Taking into account scalability, it becomes not only a simple filter, but a management tool as itself.
In my view, we are not talking anymore about just sorting and maintaining a basket of quality (criterias x or y) DARWINs, but about performance optimization, definitely love that (and will make some experiments hehe )!!
just thinking out loud… What about a portfolio with:
- 33% to 50% of Under The Radars DARWINs
- we take only the best D-Scores to reach our 33 - 50%
… … interesting