Looking for MAM or PAMM I can use from the US

Jun 24, 2020 at 07:15
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Member Since Jun 24, 2020   2 posts
Jun 24, 2020 at 07:15
Hey ya'll. I'm currently looking for someone to manage my funds for me. Every broker/potential manager I find doesn't work with US based clients. Can anyone point me in the direction of a reputable trader who could manage funds for a US client? Thanks in advance <3
Member Since Jun 24, 2020   2 posts
Jun 24, 2020 at 07:50
Registered financial services providers only please :)
Member Since Mar 20, 2011   44 posts
Jun 26, 2020 at 01:02
'Registered financial services' In all likely hood you wont find any outside the US. There are some in the US but most are going to require a significant amount of capital.

There is one Broker I'm aware of LQDXF that accepts US clients and has PAMM accounts you could follow.
You can find offshore brokers here https://forums.babypips.com/t/going-offshore-to-escape-the-cftc/35612

There are also some 'Following' sites like;

https://ampfutures.isystems.com/ (US Based Futures Broker)
FXSTAT AutoTrading
eToro ( Crypto Only for US)
Zulu ( seems a poor service)

There are probably some others but those are the ones I found.

I have no experience with any of those, except I do have an account at ampfutures. I'm trying to move away from 'forex brokers' and to the futures market for a variety of reason's. Being regulated and typically 1 tick/pip spread, lower cost of doing business being a few.

If you find some more info on something else please share, help each other out.

Member Since Jul 23, 2020   869 posts
Oct 06, 2021 at 06:15
Major brokers offer PAMM services. Is there any difference for US traders?
Member Since Jul 23, 2020   759 posts
Oct 06, 2021 at 12:31
I have no idea of MAM or PAMM. I think it's a referral program.
Member Since Apr 09, 2019   538 posts
Oct 06, 2021 at 13:34
Make sure you get someone who is registered. A couple of people I did something similar with before I knew better and learned to trade myself got pulled up by the FCA in the UK
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