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    Questions about RAMM-accounts

    Dear users!

    You can ask all your questions regarding RAMM - accounts in this thread. RAMM accounts - all the best about investing in one service.

    RAMM is the only system, where both traders and investors can operate and have complete control over the acceptable level of risk, and at the same time, make their investments as efficient as possible. Just specify your level of acceptable losses and you can be sure that the funds you invested will be under full control and make the most of the market opportunities.

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    In no case should it ever be compromised. This trade is risky and called risk trading. It 's not easy for the professional

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    Hello
    I do not really know what is the difference between the RAMM account and the CopyFX account
    What are the advantages of each and what are the disadvantages
    How he chose the appropriate
    What are the bases for selection
    This makes me confused
    What did he choose? And why
    Please explain

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    CopyFX is a trade copying service, while RAMM is an investment system.

    CopyFX is simple to use, and CopyFX accounts use the well-known MT4 platform. It has been provided for a longer period of time and therefore has more traders available to choose from or investors in case you are planning to use it as a trader yourself. Minimal deposit required to start is 100 USD, both for traders and investors.

    RAMM (risk allocation management model) has more features and settings available for traders and investors, mostly for managing risks involved in trading and investing. It uses it's RAMM platform specially developed for those purposes, which is only available for traders, while investors have no access to it and are provided with options to control their investments instead. It is comparatively new project and has smaller amount of users, but that does not mean the traders available are less experienced. Minimal deposit required is 50 USD for traders and 10 USD for investors.

    Also do note, that they are not mutually exclusive and you can use both services simultaneously.

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    Hi, me also become interested to know the exact benefits of this "RAMM" system. Isn't it similar to the "PAMM" system introduced by many other brokers? If its different, then where is the differences? I hope I'll get answered. I don't know whether this information will be helpful for me or not because I know very little about the "PAMM".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wadi007 View Post
    Hi, me also become interested to know the exact benefits of this "RAMM" system. Isn't it similar to the "PAMM" system introduced by many other brokers? If its different, then where is the differences? I hope I'll get answered. I don't know whether this information will be helpful for me or not because I know very little about the "PAMM".
    PAMM service implies giving your funds to the trader. In case of RAMM the Investor's account is under control: your funds are not transferred to other accounts for managing. In other words, an Investor actually has full control over his/her funds and can stop investing at any time. A detailed description of RAMM advantages and features can be found in our RAMM Help Center following this link: https://ramm.roboforex.com/en/help/a...amm-advantages

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    for me, RAMM is a new system in my experience in life of trading forex. I want to extend this fitur and try to practice it in my next trading. thank for information.

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    hello, admins of roboforex forum I want to ask that how ramm accounts works? bellow are my some questions please solve them.
    is ramm investor account runs on trader risk?
    can we manage account and fix risk on hole account?
    kindly give me my questions answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by letsdo View Post
    hello, admins of roboforex forum I want to ask that how ramm accounts works? bellow are my some questions please solve them.
    is ramm investor account runs on trader risk?
    can we manage account and fix risk on hole account?
    kindly give me my questions answer.
    The Investor specifies Protection percentage, the value of which defines what part of the Investment amount (as of the beginning of the Week) can be lost within one Trading Week, e.g. if you deposit your account with 100 USD and choose Protection as 90% then only 10 USD of the whole amount will be used while trading.
    Should you have any questions, please, don't hesitate to address our live support (press messenger icon in the bottom right corner on our website or in your members area)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Support manager View Post
    The Investor specifies Protection percentage, the value of which defines what part of the Investment amount (as of the beginning of the Week) can be lost within one Trading Week, e.g. if you deposit your account with 100 USD and choose Protection as 90% then only 10 USD of the whole amount will be used while trading.
    Should you have any questions, please, don't hesitate to address our live support (press messenger icon in the bottom right corner on our website or in your members area)
    I still don't get it for some of the protection part. Here's a scenario that I still wonder what is the right answer. Please help me moderator.
    Let's say a trader with $100, set protection of 90%. He open a position with share 20%. It means that if he losses that position, he will lost 2% of his total balance.
    Now, there's 2 investor both with $100 (similar to the trader), investor A set his protection to 50%, investor B set his protection to 30%. How much will they loose if the trader lost his trade the above condition (trader protection is 90%, open a trade with share 20%). Are they also lost 2%, or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonAnderson View Post
    I still don't get it for some of the protection part. Here's a scenario that I still wonder what is the right answer. Please help me moderator.
    Let's say a trader with $100, set protection of 90%. He open a position with share 20%. It means that if he losses that position, he will lost 2% of his total balance.
    Now, there's 2 investor both with $100 (similar to the trader), investor A set his protection to 50%, investor B set his protection to 30%. How much will they loose if the trader lost his trade the above condition (trader protection is 90%, open a trade with share 20%). Are they also lost 2%, or not?
    In your example, investor A has 50 USD as his risk amount for the trading period, and 20% loss is 10 USD, so he will lose 10% of overall 100 USD balance. Investor B, respectively, risks with 70 USD, and 20% of that is 14 USD, which is 14% of investment.

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