[DARWIN] ULI by bocoja

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https://blog.darwinex.com/darwin-uli/


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LongVision

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There is nothing wrong with the statement and nothing to laugh at.

As traders take more risk when trade equity low and take less risk when trade higher equity, It is well-known fact the traders always perform better at low equity and performance deteriorate due to fear of losing large money at higher equity.

The reason is humans are emotional about money, Traders do more mistakes and frequent rule changes because traders (humans) fear losing large money when trading large equity.

Many traders fixed value at risk in place of fixed percentage risk, It is much better psychologically for them.

 
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Emanita

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There is nothing wrong with the statement and nothing to laugh at.

As traders take more risk when trade equity low and take less risk when trade higher equity, It is well-known fact the traders always perform better at low equity and performance deteriorate due to fear of losing large money at higher equity.

The reason is humans are emotional about money, Traders do more mistakes and frequent rule changes because traders (humans) fear losing large money when trading large equity.


If some traders think the way you said, that’s only because they have been matrixed that way. They treat the information that way. They feel fear with large amount.

Some others, who have been matrixed in the other way, feel no fear at all with large equity. They feel happiness with large amount of equity because that’s their dream.

Edit : That’s also why we laugh about that and not you
 
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CavaliereVerde

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I think we can expand on ULI here in the dedicated thread.
That sentence can seem naive but at least it is sincere and shows a real world person.
Even if I am thinking to sell ULI it remains a very good darwin, five years of trackrecord managed by a known and committed person.
 

LongVision

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If some traders think the way you said, that’s only because they have been matrixed that way. They treat the information that way. They feel fear with large amount.

Some others, who have been matrixed in the other way, feel no fear at all with large equity. They feel happiness with large amount of equity because that’s their dream.
We are here talking about normal traders, not super traders.

Making fun of darwin ULI and trader were clearly in bad taste.
 
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Emanita

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I think we can expand on ULI here in the dedicated thread.
That sentence can seem naive but at least it is sincere and shows a real world person.
Even if I am thinking to sell ULI it remains a very good darwin, five years of trackrecord managed by a known and committed person.
The problem is not so much the trader.

The problem is that Darwinex Var system which is based on the past to guess what the trader will do tomorrow.

The trader can not progress and learn because of that.

So, this gives the opposite effect on a « long track-record ».

The longer it is, the dangerous it is.

While it should be, the longer it is, the better it is.

Each Darwin is approaching his downfall more and more because of the thought that the past of the trader is the future of the trader.
 
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IlIlIlIlI

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IMO you're all right. :)
Survivorship and a long track record are both valid criteria, but what's count is profitable survivorship. Six consecutive losing months are not an investment opportunity, there's something going wrong significantly with the strategy. The Darwinex VaR system does not reward survivorship or a long track record.
 
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