LABS

DARWIN API: What’s Been & What’s To Come (2019)
6 December 2019

Earlier this year marked a significant milestone in Darwinex’ evolution… the Beta-state launch of the DARWIN API. All 5 sub APIs have now been rolled out to everyone.

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How do good traders use leverage? (Part II)
25 June 2018

This post continues the discussion on optimal leverage that we began in the first part of this series. Today we shed light on the hypothesis, modelling and results phases of a study conducted by Darwinex Labs, wherein they quantitatively demonstrated the long-term impact of incremental leverage on trading strategy performance. Particular emphasis was laid on […]

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How do good traders use leverage? – Part I
25 May 2018

Good traders know that no more than between 5:1 and 10:1 D leverage is required to achieve 20% to 60% returns per annum, at 10% VaR. Background In a recent Spanish podcast episode, Darwinex CEO Juan Colón shed light on behaviours of successful DARWIN providers (traders) at Darwinex. Insights shared were as a result of […]

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PRODUCT

The New “Funds” Section Replaces The “Wallet”
26 August 2020

The new “Funds” section extends the scope of the information we show you about your money.

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Trade US stocks with a minimum size of 1 stock
23 July 2020

Talented stock traders have now one more reason to be with Darwinex. Since we introduced stock CFDs in 2018, the smallest sizes were 1, 5, 10 and 20 shares depending on the stock price, which was a barrier for small accounts. We now reduce the smallest tradeable size to 1 share without minimum commission. This […]

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The New D-Score
16 July 2020

The D-Score calculation is now much simpler, using only Quote data with zero dependence on Investment Attributes / Scores. Darwinex to continue using D-Score for risking proprietary company capital.

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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. -- % of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.