Trade Leaders may have several Master Accounts to send signals to their followers. Each Master Account may have several associated Offers with different conditions.
An Offer’s Investment period specifies the minimum time period that an investor agrees to follow the Trade Leader. The Investor cannot withdraw funds before that period is over, if not authorized to do so by the Trade Leader, except for profits previously earned.
An Offer’s commission structure sets values for a Performance Fee as a % of profit earned, a fixed Managed Fee for each Investment period, and a Volume Fee per lot traded. Investors pay such fees to the Trade Leader at each Trading Period’s end.
Investors can set up several Investment Accounts, with each account connected to one Offer in which trades are executed to follow a Trade Leader’s Master Account. An Investor can limit their maximum loss for each account.