PAMM accounts are a convenient financial instrument for the Investor as it maximally simplifies the procedure of investing, minimizing the risks. The Manager have a possibility to trade with the account but not giving him a chance to withdraw funds from there.
As you can see in my history, all investors have full control on their money. The PAMM -system allows them easy to deposit or withdraw on every open rollover.
PAMM accounts are a very good idea, in my opinion, it simplifies letting an experienced trader operate shared money pools fairly. Trading forex is risky business, so the exposure chart *above* helps potential clients for managed accounts, by allowing me to decide if the risk level or exposure, as well as expected returns, fit my needs as an investor. If so, I give my consent. At that point I get to choose a percentage of loss before the system withdraws my money from the managers account. So I can choose 2%, 5%, 10%, etc...
Also your equity curves look great robin hood, I like the motif~
go with the flow; just be on the right end of the wave
I see that you got some of the advantages of the PAMM system. Do you have any good or bad experience as an investor? What do you think about a PAMM portfolio as an investment product with good risk diversification. What are you criteria when you are choosing a single manager?
10x : ))) We have overshoot our targets a little bit, but that is because of the increased volatility. When we have high volatility it gives us a chance to work on the lower time frames and take much more good trade setups.
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