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Money Management (PAMM & MAM)

TrillionFXmoney managers are using PAMM (Percentage Allocation Management Module) & MAM (Multi Account Manager) system to manage client's funds. The system combines one or more investor's accounts,managing the total capital of the investors and distributing profits and losses between all participants proportionally to the investments. The fund managers have access to trading in the PAMM & MAM accounts only. The managed PAMM & MAM account belongs to each of the investors in that particular PAMM / MAM account, but all trading operations are carried out by the managing fund managers without the right of funds withdrawal.

How TrillionFX PAMM/MAM works

Example:

If a PAMM / MAM account has 4 clients with various deposits as follow, which in total the amount is US$ 200,000.

Investor A - US$ 60,000 (30%)
Investor B - US$ 10,000 (5%)
Investor C - US$ 30,000 (15%)
Investor D - US$ 100,000 (50%)

If the managing fund managers generate profits of US$ 25,000 in the PAMM / MAM account, the profits will be divided among the investors according to the percentage above. TrillionFX fund managers charge performance fee of 20% of the total profits of US$ 25,000. The fund managers shall be entitled for US$ 5,000 and the balance of US$ 20,000 shall be divided among the investors.

Investor A - US$ 6,000 profit (30% of US$ 20,000)
Investor B - US$ 1,000 profit (5% of US$ 20,000)
Investor C - US$ 3,000 profit (15% of US$ 20,000)
Investor D - US$ 10,000 profit (50% of US$ 20,000)

The following chart shows the profit and loss allocated proportionally to the participating investors and performance fee to fund managers in the PAMM / MAM account.


Main advantages of the portfolio management for clients



RISK WARNING: Trading in the foreign exchange markets on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all individuals. The high degree of leverage offered in the Forex markets can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to trade in the foreign exchange markets you should carefully consider your investment objectives, you level of experience, and your risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your equity and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. Only true excess disposable cash should be used in trading. You should make yourself aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any questions or concerns as to how a loss would affect your lifestyle. Past performance does not guarantee in any way future results.

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