FXOpen offers the capital to start a PAMM ECN account ($1000). All you need to do is trade and make profit!
In February 2012 FXOpen has launched a new promotion for experienced Forex traders.
If your experience in Forex is over 6 months (in a live account) and you can provide account statements to prove your proficiency, this promotion is for you!
FXOpen gives you a unique chance to start a PAMM account of your own without an initial investment. The Company will provide the starting capital ($1000).
All you need to do now is focus on your trading and make profit!
You are free to use Expert Advisors of trade manually using any strategy or a trading style! FXOpen has just one requirement – your strategy must be profitable and follow proper *risk management principles!
Once the Manager increases the PAMM account up to $2000 ($1000 starting capital and $1000 profit), FXOpen will take back the starting capital. At this point, the Manager can withdraw the $1000 profit immediately via any available means of payment. Or continue managing this PAMM account. The account will already be ranked high on the list of PAMM accounts and have a long and profitable performance history. So, you will have all it takes to catch the investors’ eye! You just need increase the Manager’s capital up to $5000, create a public offer and start to accept Investors.
Please, e-mail your applications to [email protected] with your contact information and a brief description of your strategy. You must also provide trading statements with steady and profitable results for at least 6 months.
For details about FXOpen PAMM Service, please see the Managed Accounts page or search the CRM Knowledge Base.
Follow the discussion on FXOpen Forum.
*FXOpen will be monitoring the trading in your account after you receive the bonus. If over risking and violation of risk management principles is detected, FXOpen has the right to void the bonus and block your account.
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