Oh please, don't be so rude!! Algorithms are designed to answer a question, not to ask it.
and the answer to this "bug" seems to be another question.
We know that any DARWIN that does NOT trade for 6 months will disapear from filters and so on, so... does this DARWIN trade?? (is the answer)
One can see this cons as a limitation in automation of a process, while another would see security of based-rule system. In all cases, it is part of a system we have to accept it as participants of the game (just as we can find unfair to be overtaken by an outcomer in DarwinIA).
Anyway, as the DARWINs database is growing, and investors volume accordingly, it makes perfect sense to bring some focus at this stage on correlation tools, since it is an important component when it comes to diversification for investors.
Just a quick note aside, @miguelrDarwinex and I are here to help guys! we work together in a way to build the best environment that fulfills our needs . BUT, bear in mind that if we have some "control" on information, we don't have on development. So, once a specific suggestion like thi ones is finalized on Community, it will be forwarded diligently to the appropriate team, who set their own schedule independently.
ok so, go for it?