Darwinex rates strategies with algorithms according to 12 attributes and publishes its assessment for investors.

The aim of attribute scores and the D-score is to offer an indicator of probable future profitability. It is proved with a representative set of DARWINs that the higher the D-score, the better the future performance that can be expected of a DARWIN. 

Investors are free to pick DARWINs on the basis of their own assessment of the attributes or any other of the statistics supplied.

The DarwinIA contest's rating and ranking is NOT an investment recommendation but a way to attract good traders to the market of DARWINs.

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