Thaqnks for your message.
I am afraid there seems to be a misunderstanding on what divergence is.
If interested in knowing your own trades' slippage, you are more than welcome to check your trades execution report, where you can see your own latency and slippage for each and every single order you place. I don't think it can get any more transparent than that.
Now, divergence is a different thing. I would definitely recommend reading this article: http://help.darwinex.com/darwinex-for-investors/investor-divergence
There are different factors affecting divergence, the main one being that there is a small delay (we are talking milliseconds here in most of the cases) between the trader's trade and its investors because the risk manager needs to do its work.
In any case, I really do have the feeling that a huge thing is being made out of divergence. There are several cases where traders have positive divergence. DARWINS with most AuM have + 0.02 divergence (positive!) in the case of LVS, -0.08% in case of SYO, -0.01% in the case of THA, -0.04% in the case of STV, 0% in the case of FEG and -0.07% in the case of QUA, +0.04% in the case of VTJ...not to mention KVL's + 0.25% positive divergence!
BTW, comparing Oanda's spreads with ours I found this:
They charge 2.1 pips on the EURUSD, 3.9 pips on GBPUSD, etc. so I am pretty sure our spreads + our divergence together give rise to WAY better trading results than any trading account with them. They are 5 times more expensive than we are, 5 times!
While of course we will keep working to improve our divergence, I am pretty sure that we are second to none when it comes to execution and transparency!
Have a great weekend everyone!