No that is not my point.
My point here in this thread is that there seems to be no easy way to track the returns in spreadsheet format of all Darwinia allocations categorised by DARWIN or by Total Darwinia allocation made by Darwinex each month/quarter.
I would love to track this return on its own, not just returns on real investor funds, which is more or less evident by looking at the returns of the DARWIN itself.
So @NapoleonDynamite actually did this work of calculation, but it does take some time pairing up all the monthly equities and returns, Darwinia allocations, performance fees (HWM's), etc.
I am looking back to see who had some sense in their arguments and who was proven to be misguided or at worst promoting a pipe dream.
Here's a much better way to say it.
If a trader migrates their strategy and makes $20,000 earnings from Darwinia / investors in one year... this is basically the max you can do here. And yet the excellence of trading and persistence that is required to achieve this is worth far more than is compensated here. So then the trader has "outgrown" what Darwinex and their investors can provide to the trader, and the trader leaves for other greener pastures.
So in summary....
the best a good trader can achieve is $20,000 in one year
and the worst is work his ass off trying to get at least $500,000 in AuM including Darwinia allocations... and continue to get Darwinia allocations once the previous ones mature at the 6 month maturity date.
How many traders/earners in the Hall of Fame have decided that it is in their best interest to just stay with Darwinex instead of trading for themselves or trading within a brokerage PAMM fund where they can set their own Performance Fee Profit Sharing percentage?
I charge 50% performance fee on any investment lower than $5000.
$5000 to $25000 -- 35%
$25000 to $50000 -- 30%
$50000 to $100,000 -- 25%
$100,000 to $250,000 -- 20%
$250,000 and above -- 15%