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PAMM

The Talven PAMM Account is an investment service that gives investors the chance to make money without trading themselves on Forex and allows managers to earn additional income for managing client funds.

A manager opens a PAMM Account, allocating a certain amount of his initial investment as the Manager’s Capital. He will be unable to withdraw from this amount (an additional incentive for the manager to demonstrate caution in his trading). Next, he designs his Proposal, in which he lists the terms for investors. This includes the percentage of their share of the profit they will pay him in compensation.

Investors search through the PAMM Account Ratings to find the account they would like to invest in.

The manager begins making trades on the account using both his personal capital and the funds of his investors. Profits and losses on the account are divided among the manager and investors, based on their share in the account.

OPEN PAMM ACCOUNT
INVEST IN PAMM

How PAMM works ?

A manager creates a PAMM Account, starts trading and designs his Proposal for investors. Investors choose a manager in the PAMM Account Ratings and invest money in their account.

For example, in manager’s Proposal he stated that compensation makes 10% of the investors’ profit.

Manager

$ 2500

Investor A

$ 1000

Investor B

$ 1000

Investor C

$ 500

The manager keeps on trading on his PAMM account using both their personal capital and the funds of their investors. The better the manager’s trading results the better their position in the Ratings.

As an example, manager made profit of 200%.

If the manager earns profit the amount of funds on the PAMM account increases and the profit is distributed between the manager and the investors based on the amount of their initial investments.

For example the profit made 200%
and the balance of the account has risen to $ 15,000.

Manager

$ 2500 + $ 5000

Investment + Profit

Investor A

$ 1000 + $ 2000

Investment + Profit

Investor B

$ 1000 + $ 2000

Investment + Profit

Investor C

$ 500 + $ 1000

Investment + Profit

The investors pay the manager some part of their profit in compensation. The size of the compensation is specified by the manager in his Proposal and depends on the amount of invested funds.

For example manager’s compensation makes 10% of the investors’ profit.

Investor A

$ 3000 – ($ 2000 -10 %) = $ 2800

Investment +Profit -(Manager’s Compensation)

Manager

$ 7500 + ($ 200 +$ 200 +$100)

Investment + Profit+ (Compensation)

Investor B

$ 3000 – ($ 2000 -10 %) = $ 2800

Investment +Profit -(Manager’s Compensation)

Investor C

$ 1500 – ($ 1000 -10 %) = $ 1400

Investment +Profit -(Manager’s Compensation)