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Special Investment Terms Set by a PAMM Account Manager

To attract more investors the manager can set special investment terms.

This is an instrument which artificially raises the account balance (the level from which the manager's compensation is calculated), giving investors better conditions. While the balance of an investment account is raised, the equity isn't affected.

Example:

The manager decides to attract some investors to his PAMM Account, and so issues a bonus. An interested investor puts 1,000 USD into the PAMM Account. The balance of the account after the deposit is exactly 1,000 USD. The manager creates a bonus of 300 USD, the balance increases while the actual equity remains unchanged.

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