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Alpari’s rating is a simple way to see who the best of the best is. Our long-running experience has allowed us to create a complex system of assessing PAMM Accounts, designed to be a useful tool for investors when choosing a manager. Of course, the manager’s returns are a key factor, however risks are also important. Alpari’s rating outlines this balance and offers the key for success in investment.
Compilation principle of Alpari’s rating
The rating is compiled according to three stages:
Assessment of PAMM Accounts’ effectiveness
Allocation of position within the rating
Let’s take a look at these three stages in closer detail.
1. Preliminary filter.
During this stage, PAMM Accounts which correspond or do not correspond to the following requirements are sorted:
Public PAMM Accounts with positive returns;
PAMM Accounts which have a public offer which is open for investment;
PAMM Accounts which have been created over 3 months ago;
The manager’s capital is no less than 3,000 USD / 3,000 EUR / 3,000 GLD.
2. Assessment of PAMM Accounts’ effectiveness.
To assess PAMM Accounts’ effectiveness, a complex formula developed by Alpari specialists is used. The formula takes client wishes and proposals into account.
Below is a list of indicators which are used in the formula:
3. Allocation of position within the rating.
At this stage, the final compilation of the rating takes place, comprising of two sections:
The first section comprises of accounts which passed the preliminary filter and were sorted according to the indicators for maximum efficiency;
The second section comprises of those accounts which did not pass the preliminary filter and were sorted according to the indicators for maximum efficiency;
Accounts from the second section can never be higher in the account rating than those accounts included in the first section.