1. The Company creates a Portfolio of Managers that meet the set requirements.

  2. Each manager holds a certain percentage of the Portfolio according to which funds are allocated.

  3. Trades are copied on the basis of the Portfolio's equity, the share of the Managed account in it and the open volume of the manager's trades.

  4. Investors monitor the results of the Portfolio and make a decision on the investment of funds.

  5. If the trading of a manager(s) included in the Portfolio is positive, the distribution of income to investors takes place.

  6. A manager whose managed account is a part of the Portfolio receives remuneration based on the results of his trading, regardless of the trading results of other managers included in the Portfolio. 

Example: The Portfolio consists of 5 Managed Accounts. Each Managed Account has 10,000 USD. The share of each managed account is 20%. The Portfolio has 100,000 USD invested in it, which means that each manager has 20,000 USD in the beginning. One of the managers has opened a deal of 1 lot, which will be copied to the Portfolio in the volume of 2 lots. Then the manager incurred a loss of 50% on his account, therefore, the Portfolio will suffer a loss of 10%. As a result, the Portfolio's equity will amount to 90 000 USD. When the second manager opens a deal with the volume of 1 lot, it will be copied to the Portfolio in the volume of 1.8 lots, because now each manager has 18 000 USD (1 * (18 000 / 10 000) = 1.8).

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