[PORTFOLIO] Just Next Level Portfolios

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JustNextLevel

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Ok, here is the latest spreadsheet with the D-Score now as selection criteria for Darwin selection.
ILR is now added and represented in 3 portfolios (Both Edge Portfolios and 1 Best return portfolio for fresh results)

Let's see how this unfolds over the next few months. I think we all will gain some valuable information from this.

For those that want a better explanation of how the spreadsheet works....see the earlier post.
https://www.trade2win.com/threads/just-next-level-portfolios.239339/post-3183310


* (Edited 10 Feb 2021) I have removed the spreadsheet, which will only be available to my mailing list clients in the future.
I will give updates on this Forum regarding the progress though.
 
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IlIlIlIlI

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Ok....I will add ILR to the list..,,,,,.just for you:ROFLMAO:
You made my day 🤣 . Thank you so much :) 🤣🤣
Then I would like to know if I should add the D-Score as a Criteria?
I think D-Score would be more a trap than useful, just for younger Darwins.
Thinking fresh I would have the following ideas for adding criteria, but I don't know whether you can take the effort behind it without the API:
- Days since max. DD
- Time (in days) needed for recovery from max. DD
- Days since last ATH (all time high)
- Days between last ATH and previous ATH
I'm sure you can make a score and part of your scoring out of it.
If you have these data, you have much better arguments for investors to trust a Darwin to produce future returns.
Most well know Darwins with high D-Score suffer in these points. And Darwinex suffers with it.
Why should an investor buy a high D-Score Darwin if he has no criteria (derived from the past of course) when he will make profit with his investment?

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Wow - I just saw ILR is on rank 13 of your evaluation system (investor index)!
 
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JustNextLevel

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You made my day 🤣 . Thank you so much :) 🤣🤣
:ROFLMAO: ....Pleasure

Thanks for all your inputs, and I think they are all great criteria to add. I might add it in the next round of Portfolio selection criteria.

Ye....I would like to know for myself if the new D-Score has any correlation to returns. I believe it could possibly be, because they have changed it to be more influenced by performance. But let's wait and see what happens over the next few weeks/months.

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Wow - I just saw ILR is on rank 13 of your evaluation system (investor index)!

Ye... you have a seriously good start, and I see you are included in 3 portfolios for this month........ impressive!! You now have a reputation to live up to mate! Good luck!

And unfortunately, you have a zero rating for your D-Score, as you have the lowest of them all, but this is your time to show that D-Score is not what people should be looking at!!
 
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JustNextLevel

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I have decided to expand on the Darwin selection spreadsheet and added one extra criteria (as if I don't have enough work). It is an Edge and Returns combo, which I think could also be a strong indicator of future returns. I have also rectified 2 mistakes in the spreadsheet.

There are now 12 Portfolio's going forward with one Balanced and the other each having a 60% preference in one criterion and 10% in the rest. There are also 2 versions, one with longer-term data and the other version with more of the latest data. This way we will be able to see which criteria and if the older or newer data is most important.

You can all change your own criteria preference levels as you like, in the yellow marked sections on the spreadsheet as well as on the weighting page and you can also update the latest returns on the February sheet below the Darwins. I updated it today.

When you change the settings, it will now give a return result for your selections on the February page for your portfolio. It is the last portfolio and will be according to your custom settings. It is very interesting to play around with it and see the results changing. For Instance, you can change the timeframe weighting to 90% for the 3 months and 10% for the last month, and then change your settings so you only have the best 3 or 5 Darwins in your portfolio.

Because the February portfolios are different from the January ones (and we are experimenting ), I have used the lowest-performing portfolio to continue into the next month. The worst portfolio did 7,12% after commissions and fees and the other portfolios will continue from this level for their year-to-date results.

I will need to make another video to explain all the new changes but not sure when.

January portfolios did 8% -12,8% and the February ones have already done between 1% - 4% for the first 6 trading days. No losses on any of the portfolios.

* (Edited 10 Feb 2021) I have removed the spreadsheet, which will only be available to my mailing list clients in the future.
I will give updates on this Forum regarding the progress though.
 
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JustNextLevel

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I have expanded on the selection process of Darwins for portfolios. I have compiled 20 Portfolios according to different kinds of selection criteria and various degrees of stringency for selection.

There are Diamond, Gold, Platinum, and Titanium Portfolios, with the latter selecting the premium Darwins.
The Diamond Portfolios are selected from 30 of the best Darwins in different categories. The selection criteria are based on a large amount of data over the past year to identify which has the best Return to Risk ratio, the ones that have a true edge, and which will have the highest performance with the Darwinex Risk manager.

Below, the first column shows the return for the 2 weeks of February, and the next column is the returns for the year to date.


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The Platinum portfolios use the 10 best Darwins and implement Dynamic weighting to optimize exposures. These are a selection of the premium Darwin strategies available for investment.

The Titanium Portfolios only uses the 5 best on the Darwinex platform. These are the World Champion of Darwins and meet all the criteria to the highest standard and exceeds them. I have identified these strategies as trading with a substantial edge in the market and exploiting their returns for investors to the maximum through the Darwinex Risk Manager, giving the highest returns with very low-risk levels.

January portfolios did 8% to 12,8% and the February selections have already done between 3,5% to 9,7% for the first 2 weeks. No losses on any of the portfolios.

I have posted the data on the Trade2Win Forum previously, but I have removed it, as I will only be sharing the Diamond portfolio selections with members on my mailing list. The Gold, Platinum, and Titanium Portfolios will only be available for paid subscribers in the future.

Unfortunately, my Darwins have not made any of the portfolios this month, but they should make the list with a longer track record and improvement on the selection criteria in the weeks/months to come. I can not promote my own if I know there are better Darwins available for Investors.

I have also moved some of my funds into a live portfolio account on Thursday evening and I am using Titanium 4 selections. I will update regarding this and keep everyone posted on any changes. Below is a screenshot of the chart since Thursday.



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It is a lot of work to process all the data, but I will provide the Diamond Portfolio for free over the next 2 months to everyone on the mailing list and I will try to post updates at least every 2nd week. See the Diamond Portfolio selections in the file attached. (Mailing List only)

All the best

Quintin

Those wanting to have access to the Gold, Platinum, and Titanium Portfolios can mail me should you need more information.
 
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JustNextLevel

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My comment is a bit off-topic, just a piece of friendly advice.
Consider using a screen recorder software for your presentation(s). It will improve the quality of your video(s).
Yes...thank you.

I don't do videos, and I'm old school, so excuse the amateur attempt. I don't have a mic either, but I guess I should get one for next time.

Your videos are much better than mine, and nice website btw.....
 
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