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Discussion about Darwin HFD

Hi!!

HFD is doing really well, although I think it still has little experience, it is attracting many investors don`t you think you should wait for a DD to measure how much can fall?

regards

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Manual trader. I suspect they can potentially yield higher returns. But it needs strong discipline. Likely a higher maxDD will happen. 1 digit DD is borderline unrealistic. Now that doesn’t mean you should wait for turbulence to join, you might regret not building a cushion of profits. If unsure about the right choice, you can take a bland decision by fractionning your investment at a defined frequency. You will start under-exposed in case an accident occurs, but will also miss benefiting from a lower risk if everything starts out well. The best tactic is never known unless the futur became past the present :slight_smile:

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Out with it man! You’ve been very busy of late and now know you are building a time machine😁…btw I’ve heard some remote viewers play the markets successfully. Didn’t Gann fiddle with astrology for timing?

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Maybe there were some mystical experiences performed around trading :wink: Sometimes you can find indicators based on lunar cycles…
Actually, I’ve heard that some hedge fund managers do consult astrologists !

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As an illustration of this talk, here you go (from 5:42 forward)

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Interesting series…thanks​:+1:. Now where is my laughing Buddha. Must rub that fatso’s tummy. It is a proven science to attract money you know.:grin:

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Also I think that HFD uses some kind of martingale. His Rs is just 6 (a bit low). It is good that the trader has > $10.000 but even in that case, it may be that he’s a bit risky guy. May be I’m wrong but…

The attributes are very nice though. The native trackrecord is about 14 months, we’ll see what happens in some more months/one more year. It is tempting as a darwin but still the DD is very small to know how will the trader react in a tough one…

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On the last six months there is no martingale, and martigales never have high Loss Aversion score.

BTW it seems a bit too good to be true.
This is the reason why now I require TWO YEARS of native trackrecord.

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This is one year of native trackrecod on DLF, and we know what comes next…
So one year is not enough, especially when it shows 40% return and 10% DD.

In my opinion there is no bad trading on HFD but what we see now is very above average and there is also an evident tailored inception.

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Ok, so in your opinion it isn’t bad trading, that´s very important, thanks for the tip. Then we’ll just need to watch it evolve some time.

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HFD’s var is beginning to slip. (down to 6 now) just as FOMO investors pile in at top.
last time this happened feb/april a correction occured, but the investors added that time. (good for them $)

this comment is more about var than HFD in particular.

Good afternoon, dear investors.

My name is Konstantin. I manage Darwin HFD. Thank you all for your trust.

I’m going on vacation from September 8 for 2 weeks. Trading activity will be minimal, or will not be at all. I know that many would like to see a post from me, but it is difficult for me to write it correctly because of the language barrier. I will try to write about myself and strategy on the forum after the vacation.

Upd
I apologize for this week, this is my mistake. Trading will continue as usual after my vacation.

Regards,
Konstantin.

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Man,you deserve a vacation 100%. Fabulous work last two years.Keep an eye on your Capacity and Divergence,please.

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