• Closing of the $ 200 .-- position on XYF opened on February 2 at 208.51 and closed on February 13 at 209.72.
I am selling $XYF which at the moment where I sold it was the best item in my portfolio for the following reasons:
Here is the description of the trader:
This Darwin is composed of more than 10 automated strategies with low correlation and operates different currency pairs.
A Darwin with 10 different algos objectively has no concerns about a risk of reverse engineering. So choosing to hide everything that can be is for me a desire to conceal his investors. So I'm consistent with myself about it.
Juan said in one of his webinars that $ XYF belonged to a Darwinex employee.
It is surprising that the trader snubs the forum Community to create a website frankly without interest.
But what surprises me most is simply the pseudonym of the trader namely 'CVCpartners'.
CVC Capital Partners Ltd. is one of the five largest private equity funds in the world. The company now has a network of eighteen offices throughout Europe, Asia and the United States.undefined> Since 1981, when it was created, CVC has made more than 250 investments in a wide range of industries and countries. The group holds 63.4% of the capital of Formula 1 through its Channel Islands company based in Jersey.
I called myself one of my Darwins 'UBS'. But I would not dare to choose 'UBSWealth' as a nickname. This type of company is able to spend the equivalent of Darwinex's annual sales in court fees, just to get a message across!
So if XYF becomes a key value of Darwinex Exchange, this joke could be seen as an impersonation by people without humor. But incidentally, an investor like me could have the uncomfortable impression that it is taken for a pigeon.
The main element of my decision to finish, the divergence has passed very quickly from green to red, and the progression curve makes me say that it went wrong. So both going out before the divergence consumes too much performance.