In another thread you wrote : “This is not how regulators calculate drawdown. They don’t care if you’re playing with “house money” or not – that’s not material. They measure (and thus C2 calculates) the maximum peak-to-valley drawdown, regardless of whether it is “paid for” with “profits” that have been gained through the use of the strategy.”
As far as subscribers and regulations are concerned, I couldn’t agree more.
However, it would be useful if we could also see the “real” out-of-pocket drawdown of C2 systems, in other words the maximum drawdown but from the initial starting capital.
This second metric would certainly answer an important question: How much out-of-the-pocket money I would have lost had I followed this highly profitable C2 system from day one, regardless of its current maximum peak-to-valley drawdown?
Just a suggestion.