I have made a little more "research".
A filter with two criteria: at least 350 days in darwinex and
a) at least 100€ in equity
b) at least 500€ in equity
c) at least 5000€ in equity
d) over 9999€ in equity
What I found is realistic and interesting as confirm something that most beleived, that if you can't afford to risk yourself more than a good dinner, your strategy and your confidence in making positive returns is not so good.
In fact the average return for the four categories was:
a) -4.69% with 678 darwins
b) -1.10% with 483 darwins
c) +2.55% with 108 darwins
d) +1.83% with 50 darwins
So what about the average return for the darwins below 500€ ?
-13.62% with 196 darwins....
Obviously there is a sort of "survivorship bias" ... (closed darwins and winning darwins that increase equity)
All said, remember that this is *average" and so a darwin with an equity > 10.000 doesn't mean that will be a winner and a darwin with an equity below 500 will not be a loser for sure.