GCAT

What is a PAMM Account?

PAMM stands for Percentage Allocation Management Module. It is a special account, which allows you to minimize the effort (cancel it completely) and maximize profits. The trader, or rather the user, who signs up for a PAMM account does not have to do anything but deposit the money. In this way, he entrusts it to a third trader or the Fund Manager who manages it to create profits through trading. At Gold Carry Trade, apart from a self-trade account, you can invest in a PAMM account. Gold Carry Trade PAMM provides a profit - sharing management system between fund managers and investors, with a broker as an intermediary, accepting investments from investors and managing them in a single portfolio, which herein is called “GCAT”.

How GCAT works?

GCAT provides a profit - sharing management system between fund managers and investors, with a broker as an intermediary, accepting investments from investors and managing them in a single portfolio.

GCAT provides a profit - sharing management system between fund managers and investors, with a broker as an intermediary, accepting investments from investors and managing them in a single portfolio.

GCAT provides a profit - sharing management system between fund managers and investors, with a broker as an intermediary, accepting investments from investors and managing them in a single portfolio.

As agreed between the GCAT Manager and Investors, there will be remuneration amount as specified in the contract. Therefore, the manager will get a certain amount of profit from the Investors’ profits. In this example the GCAT Manager and Investors profit sharing agreement is 70:30, hence the Fund Manager will get 30% from the Investors’ profits. 

- GCAT will invest mainly in the gold spot trading market.
-The GCAT managers are responsible for allocating gold orders by various technical strategies that are planned without being able to take any actions with the client's fund.
- When GCAT is closed, the profits will be shared between investors by agreed proportions.
- The return on investment is uncertain depending on important variables including cost of Swap of Gold in each day, cost of Spread, Demand-Supply as well as other fundamental factors.

PROS of investing in GCAT

1. Invest with minimum amount of money ($500)
2. No need to spend too much money to buy Gold because using Leverage will increase the ability to invest and gain more returns.
3. Have a period in investing in GCAT in each fund as short as 30 days.
4. No need to constantly follow investing.
5. No need to waste time in going to buy gold bars.
6. Can easily and conveniently manage investments via the

CONS of investing in GCAT

1. There are fund expenses and fees.
2. The policy about preventing the risks from exchange rates may reduce returns.