What is a “trading interval”?
A trading interval is needed for the calculation of profit or loss for all trades which were made during this period and to pay the return to the PAMM master. At the end of the trading interval for the specific investor, the system calculates the total income of this investor and pays the reward from their income to the PAMM trader.
Please note that a trading interval ends differently for each investor and depends on the date when an investor was attached to a PAMM master account. A PAMM master reward is paid out only in the case where the PAMM investor account income is higher than their previous highest income amount (‘income high watermark’).