My remarks about real money referred to the investor 'dwexinvesting', which turned out not to be the Dwex but Darwinex direct investments on Darwins. And here I confirm that it seems that it is real money, since there are traces of execution on the market.
If one takes again the explanations of Javier on the future DWEX, it is a part of the commissions of trading paid to Darwinex Brokers which enters the circuit. So this assumes a real execution.
Since Darwinex informs us that currently the DWEX is in demo, I do not see the interest of replacing the demo with 'notional' AUM.
And let's be honest: as much as putting millions on DarwinIA contest winners 18 months ago was completely suicidal, and I would have been horrified if it was money executed 1:1 at the market, so it is more reasonable to put 1.5 million on the Dwex.
My Top 20 Monitoring indicates that there are 5 million real private money on the 20 most invested Darwins. So 1.5 million out of 60 Darwins, that's limit peanuts.
Maybe Darwinex shareholders expect more return through investment in the product than via operational results ? Which is not disturbing I find, on the contrary.
It makes me think that I have not studied the shareholding of Darwinex for some time ...