Maybe @DarwinexLabs or @ignacio can comment on it.
I am a big fan of the concept of DarwinEX and really hope that we are on the path of creating a new successful and sustainable asset class but I believe that transparency and also looking at the less flattering side of the stats are part of getting there.
Overall, I think that 29% of investors making money is pretty good given the complexity of what we are trying to do here.
Also, my question is aimed at hopefully coming up with better metrics than % of investors making/losing money. For instance, if 7/10 people are small retail investors throwing $1000 at either Darwins or some EA they wrote or found somewhere, end up blowing the account and leave the platform whereas 3/10 investors are here for many years with large accounts making good returns, would that show up as '70% of investors are losing money?'