Ok, now I see where you are coming from.
This is not entirely true:[quote=“Pulse07, post:48, topic:545”]
What I wanted to say is that, if I’m not mistaken, the max drawdown is not right on darwinex as it is calculated on a daily basis.
There is one DD updated on a daily basis and then there is a DD that is updated live when you check the DARWIN.
In any case, DD calculation does NOT affect DARWIN pending orders. These work based on the DARWIN’s quote, which is updated in real time. For example, you can set an SL order when NTI’s quote reaches 200. Your investment will be closed then, irrespective of the DD calculation / display on the site.
I hope this helps to clarify this confusion!
PS: [quote=“Pulse07, post:48, topic:545”]
Anyway, in my opinion, the main problem is not the result that can get a darwin based on a martingale, but rather the reliability of a trader who uses this kind of strategy.
[/quote] Please don’t get me wrong, I am not defending martingales, I am 100% with you!