A trader decides to open a Managed account (PAMM) and registers as a Manager.
The currency of the Managed account (PAMM) is USD and the offer parameters are set as 300/30/10/4, where:
Minimum deposit for Investors.
Share of Investor's proﬁt that represents a Manager’s commission for the successful trade.
Penalty for the withdrawal of funds before the end of an investment period.
Since the Manager is the only participant of his or her Managed account, the Balance of the Account equals the Manager's Capital and the Manager's share in the Managed account is 100%.
During the first investment period the Manager makes a proﬁt of $200, or 20% of the initial Balance. According to his or her decision, all the proﬁt is reinvested and increases the Manager's Capital by $200. The Manager's share is still 100%.
By the beginning of the 2nd investment period an investor contributes $800 into the Managed account. Now the balance is $2000, and the shares of the Manager and of the Investor are 60% and 40% accordingly.
During the second investment period Manager earns $1000 proﬁt.
The sum is proportionately divided between the participants, that is:
All Managed account participants decided to reinvest all of their proﬁts and for the beginning of the 3rd investment period the Managed account balance is $3000. Due to balance operations related to reallocation and reinvestment of proﬁts the shares of participants are reconsidered. Now the Manager owns a share of 64%, whereas the Investor's funds make up 36% of the Managed account Balance.
As a result of unsuccessful management by the end of the 3rd investment period the Managed account suffered a loss of $500.
Loss is distributed between the participants proportionately to their shares, therefore the capitals of the Manager and Investor are shortened by $320 and $180 dollars accordingly.
The fourth investment period begins with the balance of $ 2,500, while the percentage of participants remains unchanged. Now the manager can expect to receive the commission not earlier than the proﬁts earned by him increase the funds of the Managed account so that they exceed the funds of the Managed account at the time of the last payment of remuneration to the Manager.
The Manager makes a $1000 proﬁt.
How will the proﬁt be allocated and how much is the manager's commission?
The Manager decides not to reinvest the $54 commission, and the Manager's Funds before the beginning of the 5th investment period make up $1920 + $320 = $2240. At the same time the Investor increases his funds in the Managed account by $5000. Consequently, the participants shares for the new investment period change.
The opportunity to use their experience and knowledge to generate higher income.
Opportunity to earn income without being an expert on FOREX and CFD.
Remuneration depends on the successful management and the volume of attracted capital from investors.
Manager's remuneration is charged only in case of income that makes it work for a positive result.
Attracting an unlimited number of investors and the determination of the minimum amount and term of the investment.
Choosing between hundreds of Managers and investing in any number of PAMM.
Trade is conducted on one trading account without complicated accounting system.
No one has the opportunity to withdraw funds other than the investor himself.
FIBO Group supervises all deposit and withdrawal operations, profit distribution and guarantees the timeliness of all transactions.
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The "PAMM-agent" program is a partnership program designed to attract investors into a PAMM. Managers share their remuneration with agents who bring new investors.
The amount of the PAMM-agent's remuneration is specified by the Offer and is calculated as the share of the Manager's remuneration.Become manager
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