[DARWIN] QJU by BearVsBull

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trilobite

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I would not call that a scalper
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I neglected to look at this chart, which gives a bit more info.
(And for clarification in case any non Darwinex geeks are reading this).
"Averages" can hide a multitude of sins.


QJU - R+ R-.png
 

FXforfun

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I just discovered this Darwin some minutes ago thanks to this forum.
I'm not an investor and I just check here and there for sake of curiosity (I'm a nerd trader). Very few Darwins look so impresive as this one. Long trackrecord, impressive return, small DD, small stagnation. What else can you ask?
To me everything looks perfect on this one. Bravo!
 
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CavaliereVerde

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CavaliereVerde

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We started with the bad points but I think QJU is not a bad darwin, not a bad trader.
Return chart after migration is pretty consistent with pre migration.
Trading journal is superconsistent, same risk and same style before and after migration, a swiss clock.
QJU-TJ1.png

The point is that all this consistency and performance is just wasted with such a low capacity.
QJU is already at full capacity!
We are darwin providers and we know that the min value for capacity management is 300k, here the trader should limit it to 200k to keep profitable investors and this is not allowed.
On the long run there will be no performance fees for this guy, only management fees for Darwinex.
 

IlIlIlIlI

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QJU is already at full capacity!
Because he is trading huge order sizes - average trade size is about four times the investment amount:
1618009294115.png

Compare that figure with other Darwins ;), like SYO ($ 335,334.58 with more than 5.4 million AuM) or ILR ($ 1,677.62) :)
 
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