You’re right, but we need more good traders or better: good strategies.
I analysed the First 40 in the hall of fame a couple of weeks ago and most of them didn’t get a significant amount of fees in the last 6 months shown there. That means that investors didn’t make money with them in these 6 months, I assume they lost net. Only 3 of the DARWINs of these 40 traders could be worth an investment if you subtract the hero status and your personal hope.
Of course the picture changes every day.
Investing in Forex products is like investing in penny stocks on the pink sheet. Expectations are high, reality is different and frustration comes with losses. That’s why most investors are looking for high returns, they might be newbies at Darwinex but not in investing.
In both markets you also have professional and institutional investors who found their way to success. For private investors this is also valid if they learn their lessons.
I still think that migrations should be marked as it is done with high divergence before an investment can be made.