DanceWithTheTrend, you did get to the end of a tunnel. I'm not sure how, because you did not enter it.
Assuming system A has the same performance after 9 years that system B, system A makes just 2 equity peaks during 9 years, system B makes equity peak every 3 weeks.
Statistically over time system A will make equity peak at 3 years and 6 years (highest number of occurrences +/- 1 year). Also statistically both equity peaks value will be around 50% (+/- 25%) of capital after 9 years.
The point is that first equity peak will put system A years upfront of equity of system B. Statistically system A will be always front runner of system B.
I don't want to discuss if someone want to run this model, if those 2 equity peaks in model A will happen or those every 3 weeks equity peaks in model B is happen. The point is there is no black or white or being right or wrong. The point is to understand the issue.