Welcome @purple i like what I hear in respect of keeping it simple.
To me this is the same as saying you are consistent as in the heat of the trade you're not making loads of complicated judgements.
However, thats quite a hefty drawdown to start off with! ooooof
Is that within normal limits/ to be expected or out of range?
If its to be expected do you look forward for big winning months to eat up the drawdown months? Would you expect more than two consecutive months of this level of DD (or more?!!)
If its out of your expected range so do you understand the reasons for it and how to recitfiy?
I'll pass on investing for now purely because its so young and hasn't had a chance to show returns over the long term.
I must be honest and say that an 11.2% loss in one month is a very serious cause for concern though.... three of those is over third of the account gone or a 33% loss for your investors which is going to be psychologically difficult for you and also and investors....
I say this from experience.
As you can see, my Darwin UEI had several months of nearly 8% DD in the past, which I have had to reflect on very honestly and rectify by digging down into the reasons.
I now have a Darwin I feel I can stand behind and performance is now where I always hoped it might be.
Trading is a real journey with many ups and downs, The markets are a tough but fair teacher to us all!!