Thanks for the feedback, @Sergey5.
I do see where you are coming from, but I'd say we are entering a subjective area.
For instance, good old @OldSchoolPT cares about trade duration. Other users like @PrimeZor care about the account's equity.
Now, should we include warning messages saying "careful, this strategy is a scalper", "watch out, this guy has only 200 USD in his account" or "bear in mind that this guy is loss averse and tends to let losing traders run"...
All that info is made available and it's the user who has the right (and obligation, I would say!) to make use of that info and choose wisely.
Finding out whether a strategy is a martingale or not takes approx. 10 seconds (just look at their trading journal!). Investors should do their own due diligence before investing in a given DARWIN.
Maybe we can write an article on martingales, explaining what they are and how to detect them, this could be valuable info for traders and investors!