It sounded “interesting” to me too, I didn’t take it very seriously. For passive long term investmenet doesn’t sound crucial to me. Plus, volatility seems to be arriving now and I want to be in, that’s why I sort of ignored that point and just bought all Darwins at once. Also, I don’t know if that statement considers the loss of opportunity of having money still.
Can you share more details on why it sounds illogical? What do you think of my reflection?
To your question. I don’t know of more places were this has been published by Darwinex. My source is this (spanish) episode, the segment starts at minute 05:30. Javier says that new comers have a tendency to invest in Darwins when they’re having a very good performance and there is where he says they have quantitatively found out that isn’t the best way to do it.
Maybe some older community members can point us somewhere else in the forum where this has been discussed before. I’ve seen it’s a prevalent idea but I don’t know if the basis for it have been discussed in depth… Even @PrimeZor manager of ZXW is suggesting this approach