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LiveForexTradingSignals.com has the experienced team of Forex Traders to help grow your INVESTMENT. Opening a managed forex account us a fairly simple process. Please fill in the form in the contact us and we will contact you with further instructions and a link to start the online application process where the PAMM/MAM master account is.
We only utilise internationally recognised Forex brokerages that are transparent and regulated with the (FCA) Financial Conduct Authority ( formerly FSA) and clients will benefit from of all the protections given by the FCA and the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. We also use ASIC approved brokerage firms within Australia and European brokerages regulated by CySEC.
Investors funds are held strictly in “segregated accounts” with top tier banks such Nat West, HSBS, Barclays, NAB.
Once you have completed your online brokerage application and have been approved by them you will be then be sent instructions of how to fund your trading account.
You will then need to sign an LPOA form,which confirms that you are allowing us to trade your account via the MAM/PAMM but this in no way allows us access to withdraw your funds. After this document has been signed and returned to the brokerage then trading will commence immediately.
LiveForexTradingSignals.com Managed Forex Performance Fee
We only charge performance fees of 35% on profit only under high watermark principles. The performance fee is subject to a high watermark and will only be charged when the amount on the margin account at the end of a calculation period exceeds the highest historical margin accounts. The calculation of the performance fee will be adjusted if the client deposits new funds on the margin account during a calculation period. The performance fee is calculated and payable on a weekly basis ( preferred method) or monthly basis (calendar month).
Front Fee – 0%
Management Fee – 0%
Performance Fee 35% on Profits Only based on the high water mark principle
What Does the High – Water Mark Mean?
The high-water mark ensures that the manager does not get paid large sums for poor performance. So if the manager loses money over a period, he or she must get the fund above the high watermark before receiving a performance bonus. For example, say after reaching its peak a fund loses $100,000 in year one, and then makes $250,000 in year two. The manager therefore not only reached the high-water mark but exceeded it by $150,000 ($250,000 – $100,000), which is the amount on which the manager gets paid the bonus.
Risk Warning: Forex, Spread Betting and CFDs are leveraged products. They may not be suitable for you as they carry a high degree of risk to your capital and you can lose more than your initial investment.
You should ensure you understand all of the risks. LiveForexTradingSignals.com will not accept any liability for loss or damage as a result of reliance on the information contained within this website.