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New Feature: The Effect of Spread on a DARWIN’s Purchase Cost

31 October 2018

We’ve released a new feature affecting the process of buying a DARWIN which will benefit especially those investors who practice active investing with DARWINs. It’s called “Quoted price” and incorporates the buying cost of a DARWIN due to spread. Initial negative divergence and its root cause There are investors who, due to the type of investing they […]

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New Chart: Evolution of Divergence

9 October 2018

As you may already have noticed, we’ve launched a new feature recently that both DARWIN providers and investors will find useful. Until now, values for only the average monthly divergence and latency were displayed on a DARWIN’s listing. This latest update now also enables you to visualize the evolution of divergence over time. What is divergence? […]

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Capacity Manager: Optimize & Manage Investor Capital

16 May 2018

This post sheds light on the new Capacity Management tool, designed from the ground up to give traders more control over the capital invested in their DARWINs, while offering total transparency to investors. What does a Trader need to make a living off his passion? There is no easily applicable magic formula to achieve this, […]

Pre-trade alert for Darwins with high negative divergence

5 October 2017

Alert for high investor divergence Due to rapid investor growth, some Darwins with a lot of investment are starting to experience high divergence. For those unfamiliar with Darwin divergence, we recommend you consult this article explaining how Darwinex measures divergence. To avoid existing Darwin investors (and the Darwin provider themselves) being negatively impacted by new […]

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