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#UnderTheRadar Portfolio - Community

Here’s our new identity for this exercise @CavaliereVerde :sunglasses:

Everyone warmly welcome!

To date:
21 / 33 DARWINS have been bought = 200 each
Only DARWINs with no activity at the close

Assuming that:

  • the full size on Monday will be 6600
  • we don’t know yet how the filter will evolve and behave

It is better imo to have some free margin in a first stance, and see. your thoughts?

At the end, even if not fully invested, we just have to make the “time-weighted average exposure” on the period - based on weekly numbers - to determine the % return on any portfolio according to its size :wink:

Lets’ begin!!!

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Fantastic! Let’s go!

I agree on free margin at least for 2 more darwins.
If the portfollio works there will be additional cash when you will rebalance after 3 or 6 months.
In this way expansions will be self-sufficient.

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#UnderTheRadar: WEEK 1


This portfolio replicates the performance of each DARWIN included in this filter, reviewed on weekly basis: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/UNDER_RADAR

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I would propose,

If we see that the number of DARWINs included in the filter does not change so much until the end of May, to increase to 225 allocation per DARWIN. Your thoughts?

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#UnderTheRadar: WEEK 2


This portfolio replicates the performance of each DARWIN included in this filter, reviewed on weekly basis: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/UNDER_RADAR

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#UnderTheRadar: WEEK 3


This portfolio replicates the performance of each DARWIN included in this filter, reviewed on weekly basis: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/UNDER_RADAR

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For $JZH, #UnderTheRadar, you supervise a grid system, a martingale ?

Your filter is busy with Rs < 5 and La < 2. Shame.

And if I looked among forty, poor investment. This filter is not smart else if you would refuse martingale trading and Rs<7 for mini.

The goal is to have a wide portfolio that works, not to point the finger against singles.

I don’t like JZH but with 42 darwin a portfolio can endure a couple of suboptimal darwins.

You can always create your filter and portfolio and try to beat this one. :sunglasses:

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I agree for the portofolio BUT WHY $JZH with Rs < 5 and La < 2 (two, it’s shoking) win this filter ?

This is my question.

Because it has DScore > 70 and Performance >7
Like AOF that is a declared grid .

Both darwins are also “good scores”.
Maybe their DScore won’t be so high with the new revision they are working on, let’s see…
Despite a suboptimal DScore the filter works, and that is what matters.

My filter is different but it required one year to refine it, whlie “under the radar” is ready made and it works, results matter.

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#UnderTheRadar: WEEK 4


This portfolio replicates the performance of each DARWIN included in this filter, reviewed on weekly basis: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/UNDER_RADAR


Leverage has been activated since we have now 54 DARWINs under the :darwinex: radar!


Sure @TheCheetah
Just like DarwinIA, it is a rule based system with no arbitrary double-guess.

So every strategy/DARWIN that meets the criteria will be part of the filter and our portfolio as well, as long as it satisfies them.

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#UnderTheRadar: WEEK 5


This portfolio replicates the performance of each DARWIN included in this filter, reviewed on weekly basis: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/UNDER_RADAR

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#UnderTheRadar: WEEK 6


This portfolio replicates the performance of each DARWIN included in this filter, reviewed on weekly basis: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/UNDER_RADAR

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#UnderTheRadar: WEEK 7


This portfolio replicates the performance of each DARWIN included in this filter, reviewed on weekly basis: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/UNDER_RADAR

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#UnderTheRadar: WEEK 8


This portfolio replicates the performance of each DARWIN included in this filter, reviewed on weekly basis: https://www.darwinex.com/filter/UNDER_RADAR

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Thanks for your work.
We’re ther any changes or are the same Darwins in the filter as 8 weeks ago?

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Portfolio is updeted every week.

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Are the changes published? The Darwin’s in or out named here?

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Hi @Journalist :slight_smile:
The portfolio is updated every Monday Morning with the new DARWINs list available at this time.

If the amount of DARWINs in the list is not too much volatile, there is a lot of rotation Inside. So it’s not so easy to dress a list every Week. However, what I’ve noticed is:

  • you have a 40 DARWINs or so, that represent the vertebral column

  • you have 10 DARWINs or so that gravitate around them

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Hi @NicolasDarwinex,

I thought if the portfolio is managed manually, it would be very easy to list the new entries and exits of the filter.

The simplest way would be to list the trades of Monday from the portfolio history in one screenshot and publish it here additional to the performance screenshot.

If an investor would do that additionally, it’s much more effort to find the delta to last Monday.

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