LCG - broker based in London and FCA regulated has soft commodities, interest rates, carbon emissions (!), bonds, more uncorrelated currencies. Why Darwinex cannot have nice things for diversification?
The substance of the problem is not theoretical but practical.
If it were possible in practice to make a Darwin on any instrument as 'easy' as on EURUSD, Darwinex would propose it!
The DMA model of Darwinex, guaranteed us a ethical brokerage, model respected even with the CFD thanks to the offer of LMax and its exchange.
When applying a concept, it has advantages and disadvantages.
And even if Darwinex chose to offer hundreds of CFDs supplied by markets makers, CFDs that are casino tokens valid only in a casino, offer only the liquidity available at the casino in question.
Just compare the same type of CFD between several brokers to see that this has nothing to do with forex for example.
In addition to building a future on CFDs while it is the bane of regulators, it is a risky bet in my opinion.
And even the forex and its so-called giant liquidity of five trillion a day shows even limitations with our modest Darwins.
Darwinex must focus on the instruments that offer the best possible replication technology.
Currently, Darwins with a capital that approximate half a million, already have concerns of divergence. So it's illusory at the moment to expand to less liquid instruments.