m new here. sort of, I have a suggestion, simplify things, simplify them a lot. Currently all those Darwin attributes, numbers and analytics are way to complicated for any serious investor I think. They might be interesting for someone who wants to become a expert in alternative investments products so to speak and further promote your products (Darwins) but they are way to complicated for a investor an uninteresting from a trader point of view. For potential investors, I think, is like you would want to sell a car by presenting the way its engine and each component works or something like that if you know what I mean, a client that wants a car does not want to become a engineer. People that might want to invest serious capital usually have their own business and they would not be interested to become an expert in the way you, as a company, created a product (Darwin) and all its attributes. Traders behind the Darwins are not (should not be - unless they try to support you as you back them also, which is obviously a good thing, I too try to do it trough this very pots) interested either in the way a Darwin performs and all its attributes as the Darwin is a Darwinex product - a investment vehicle - and a completely different thing than their product (business) -the underlying strategy that drives it but as long as individual traders get a share of the profits they will come here to try to drive a Darwin. I too have a strategy to buy when goes up and sell when goes down and vice versa so I guess you can say Im a trader and that
s my business and by watching your videos about Darwin attributes and reading about them I got headaches. Im interested in my business only and I got enough numbers to think about all day so in the same way a potential investor has its own business.
Personally I believe that a investor needs to know three maybe four things: how trustworthy is your company products, how trustworthy are you as a company, whats the potential return he can get, whats the risk he needs to take in order to achieve that return and that`s all. For that you only need to present a Darwin rate of return, max historical drawdown, monthly gains, period of time and that would be all, not even the underlying strategy would not be mandatory from a investor point of view… Those attributes should be entirely your job as a company, your criteria to select and possible promote a Darwin (your product, your “car”) to an investor but kept in the back office or so I believe.