Something I’ve noticed with many Darwins that have high D-Scores and appear to be doing well… many of them consist mainly of a migrated track record and rapidly go downhill after the migration date.
What is deceiving is the D-Score takes into account the migrated data.
Now, we all know it’s been proven that live MT4 accounts can be faked, so you can put 2 + 2 together here.
The unfortunate side effect is that traders who are building a genuine track record from scratch on Darwin and are doing reasonably well will still have a D-score much lower than the fake migrated track records.
Solution: Provide a filter to show accounts that have not been migrated. Adjust the D-Score to favour non-migrated data.