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Investments - investments of capital with the aim of making a profit. Earlier I have already mentioned different types of investments, their advantages and disadvantages. This article will be more like a guide to how one of the most relevant types of investing today.
Surely everyone has heard about Forex. Who has not heard, Forex is a market of interbank currency exchange at free prices. Or, for complete "dummies" - "currency exchange", the same exchange office as you have on the next street, only on the Internet. People who trade in the Forex market are called "traders". Usually traders trade with their own money. They transfer money to a brokerage company, open a trading account there and work. Some traders trade well and understand that they could earn more if they also managed other people's money. This is how trust management or investment in PAMM accounts arose - when an investor transfers a certain amount to the trader to manage. The essence of such cooperation is as follows: a trader trades and earns money for his investor, who invested in his PAMM account, and takes a percentage of the profit for himself - a fee for work. Now all relations between traders and investors are controlled by a third party - a PAMM platform (broker)
Traders trade on special PAMM accounts. Investors can connect to PAMM accounts by opening an investment account. In other words, you, having become an investor, will be able to make a profit on the Forex market without special training, entrusting the work to a professional with the help of.
Investing in PAMM accounts is one of the best trust management options currently available on the Internet. Here are some benefits: 1. You choose who to trust with your money. You will have all the information you need to make decisions3. High return on investment in PAMM accounts - up to 100% per year4. Ability to control from anywhere in the world where there is Internet.
Next, I will present a small scheme of an example of investing my capital.
Diversification is very strongly traced in the diagram, that is, “do not put all your eggs in one basket.” The choice of the ratio of investments with a low level of risk to investments that have a high level of risk is subjective.