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What is a PAMM Account?

Are your savings becoming worthless?
Do deposit interest rates not even cover the inflation rate?
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Stay Calm, Invest in a PAMM Account

The PAMM Accounts service allows investors to earn on Forex without trading on their own and managers to get additional income
through efficient management of investors' funds.

To invest funds just choose a PAMM Account or a ready-to-use PAMM Portfolio (a collection of several
PAMM Accounts together) with the help our in our rating. You can also create your own portfolio using our portfolio builder.

Invest

How to Earn Using Alpari PAMM Accounts and Portfolios?

How investors can get profit investing in a PAMM Account

For Investors

If you don't have enough knowledge to trade on the Forex market, or if you don't have enough time for it, choose a PAMM Account or a ready-to-use PAMM Portfolio and invest your funds. Your potential profit is unrestricted and you can withdraw your funds at any time. Learn more

After building your very own PAMM Portfolio, you can give other investors access to invest in it and receive additional profit.

Choose a Manager and InvestSelect a PAMM Portfolio

How can a PAMM manager earn with the help of a PAMM Account

For PAMM Managers

If you are an experienced and successfull Forex trader it's time to try your hand at managing a PAMM Account. Trade and earn a compensation from your investors for your profitable trading. Learn more

You can also create your own PAMM Portfolio using our portfolio builder and receive interest on investor profits. Learn more

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Why Alpari PAMM Accounts

The PAMM Account is a unique service developed by Alpari, which has gained worldwide popularity.

We pioneered
the PAMM Account Service.

The biggest amount
of active PAMM managers.

More than 650,000
of investment accounts.

Trading volume
exceeds $155 bln1.

Investors
from 40 countries worldwide.

Award-winning service,
Compliance Verified.

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Please Note:

  1. Figures from 2013.
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