An offer is a collective term for fees charged by a Money Manager for his services. Whether you are an Investor or a Money Manager, it is important to understand the fees and the difference between them.
This fee is charged depending on the percentage of profit return the Money Manager is capable of generating from their trades. This section may be tiered accordingly, with the price varying through percentages. This may only be charged in percentages.
Let's say we have $500 in the pool of funds. If the Manager makes a 30% profit ($150), the Investor would be charged a 12% fee. Any profit greater than 30% ($150+) will cost the investor 15%.
This fee is charged for managing the Investor's money and depends on the equity (amount) they invest.
In this example, if the Investor deposits up to $500, a $35 fee will be charged, whereas deposits from $500 onwards require a $20 fee.
This fee is charged each time a deposit is made into the fund, including the first deposit.
If you deposit up to $1000, an 8% fee is charged, whereas deposits from $1000 onwards will require a 5% fee.