TNguyen posted: Why details are hidden ? Everything should be transparent so that the investors can consider the account .
Trading on PAMM is identical as our main account which has been running for 2 years. The only difference is that we trade PAMM at 10x higher risk.
We do not want the details of the account public as the open trades could be copied. We can send you a private link however where you will have all the details unlocked. Send us a PM with your email and we will send you the private link.
The open trades could be hidden so that no trades can be copied . No one would complain about that . However the other details should be shown to the public , I am interested in following up the PAMM account is traded @ 10 x risk , I would like to see what the drawdown of the account would be . If it is more than 50% then it can be traded at 5 x risk to reduce the drawdown.
The system allows us to trade the master at a certain risk and not need multiple PAMM accounts with different risk and different currencies each. At Mex we use Hybrid PAMM software for client management which allows investors to have certain level of control over their account. The master is traded at 10x and investors can select their own risk. Trading at 10x, the max DD is 20% and if investors are ok with 30% they select x15 within their back office. These risk levels can be changed at any time by the investor and range from x1 (2% max DD) to x25 (50% max DD).
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