If you trade one trade at the same time (or a good rules position centric) with a fixed max stop loss and you target more than you risk, you will have a HIGH La ! Intraday or not, swing or not.
How many darwins with D-score > 76 have historical bad returns compared to max DD or better have a Return:Risk since inception (cause D-score linked to the Ex) < 1 ?
There is a strong correlation between La and average winning / average losing but it is not as simple as you say.
Just 1: ATZ...
Just 6: GAF, CJN, NSC, STV, ATZ
I do not understand what you mean about this.
I do not think La has anything to do with the risk: you can have a high La but very low percentage of winners and I think that would be more risky than a low La with a very high percentage of winners.
Ra measures proportionally the Darwin with respect to the underlying strategy and how easy it is for Darwinex to maintain VaR = 10% but if you want information on the risk you should observe Rs.
Still, I think that the fact that the risk is stable is a good indicator of the risk of Darwin, there may be traders who handle a risk that is not always stable very well.
Return / risk <1 does not make much sense to me, I prefer "CavaliereVerde Mandatory".