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What is the best PAMM Investment parameter to choose the best Manager?

We can define statistics as a collection of facts belonging to a group of events in
trading activities. Risk management rules will not only protect you, but they can make you very profitable in the long run. This is the acknowledgment for every single statistic in PAMM investment.  

Average loss trade refers to the average loss value per trade (the total of losses divided by the number of losing trades). 

Average profit trade refers to the average profit value per trade (the total of profits divided by the number of winning trades). 

Days opened refers to the number of days since the PAMM opened. 

Equity refers to the current PAMM equity. 

Expected payoff refers to this is a statistically calculated value showing the average return of one deal. Also, it is considered to display the expected return of the next trade.
Length of Trading history refers to the number of days since the first trade opened 

Loss trades (% of total) refers to the amount of losing trades and their percentage in the total trades. 

Manager's capital refers to the amount of money invested by the Manager
into his PAMM. 

The number of investors refers to the number of current PAMM investors.


Percentage deals with SL refer to the number of trades with set SL level.


Profitability refers to the number of days when profit > loss.


Profit Factor refers to the ratio between gross profit and gross loss in per cents. The 1 (one) value means that profit equals loss.


Profit Trades (% of total) refers to the number of profitable trades and
their percentage in the total trades.