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What is the most effective way to look for a PAMM fund manager?

Dec 13, 2019 at 09:38
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Member Since Apr 13, 2021   194 posts
Apr 27, 2021 at 14:44
AllenLi posted:
I'm working for a forex broker and now we are try to make a PAMM program.
But I have no idea where or how to recruit fund managers to join the program.

Please help.. Any advise would be highly appreciated!
For me

Alpari RU
Alpari NZ
(Both oldest broker with pamm)
FXopen

then dukascopy
I trade my Own EA, Never Sell EA
Member Since Aug 11, 2013   29 posts
Jun 11, 2021 at 15:15
Why not verifiying and checking the systems sections , there are good traders on that place
Member Since Sep 28, 2011   25 posts
Jun 16, 2021 at 12:11
fxWrestler posted:
Are those traders really good though? I have followed some so called experienced traders and never got good results

I think you can not get more than 20% of profit annualy without risk to lose your capital. Most traders try to get more profit and lose their money and money of investors
If you work hard, you dont have enough time to make money
Member Since Sep 12, 2017   238 posts
Jun 18, 2021 at 06:18
how do we know the profit shown by the fund manager is true or not?
Member Since Sep 28, 2011   25 posts
Jun 20, 2021 at 06:54
perryjohn765 posted:
how do we know the profit shown by the fund manager is true or not?

If fund manager wants to cheat you he will do it. If the fund is older there is less chance to be cheated. 90% pamm accounts stop trading in 1 year, 9% pamm accounts stop trading in 3 years. Look for older then 3 years pamm accounts
If you work hard, you dont have enough time to make money
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