Thank you for your interest!
The main purposes of the "Mean Reversion Tests on $DWC" blog post were to:
1) Show Darwinex Traders & Investors a series of statistical tests that explore any mean reverting tendencies in the asset.
2) To reinforce that the $DWC is a range-bound asset due to the fundamentals behind it (trader collective's behaviour)
3) And to shed light on the fact that one could include the $DWC in a portfolio not only for e.g. hedging risk against loss averse DARWINs, but also that trading $DWC Intraday or Intraweek is possible.
We're actually due to publish another post very soon on how having $DWC in a DARWIN Portfolio can hedge against catastrophic drawdown from DARWINs with low La scores.
While you wait for the post, an interesting exercise would be to:
1) Click on "All DARWINS" -> SET UP FILTER in the left-hand Reloaded Menu.
2) Set up a filter with just Loss Aversion (0.0 to 4.0) - or you could e.g. search for any DARWIN you know of that recently took a big hit and also has a low La score.
3) Proceed to the Correlation tab of the DARWIN, and enter DWC in the text field - see how they compare.
You'll find that in a majority of cases, it would have made sense to have had DWC in a portfolio with such DARWINs, and proven to be a worthy hedge during significant drawdown periods, e.g. reducing the impact of sudden drops
More on this in the next blog post!