Very neat! Thanks for the work!
Looking at the ranking it confirms what I've been expecting to see: SAXO/LMAX/IB at the top.
While these data will become more valuable over time, we should not lose out of sight that Darwinex is our priority.
1) Why does Darwinex have a relatively poor score despite all the stats/tools. (some plausible arguments have been offered so far).
2) What could be done to improve Darwinex's score?
To add another plausible explanation to the list of reasons why Darwinex despite its many extra tools/services results in more retailers losing is that it is known, scientifically, that people tend to make worse decisions when the product they buy is marketed with many attributes. The more (extra) attributes a product or service is marketed with, the poorer the decision of the customer. (I don't recall the exact research papers, but I recall it from a Decision Making course at Uni).
Could it be that all the detailed tools/stats offered by Darwinex, make it harder to make quality decisions? The research I read in the past certainly backs it.
@EvidenceAlpha, if it is not much hassle would you be willing to list the minimum deposit amount of each broker?
Some theories have been shared here that it is easy to open up a 500 USD account with Darwinex and that this is resulting in more retail traders coming to Darwinex, and losing. I have my doubts about that theory.