LAMM: index of the transactions copying now can be less than 1.

8 July, 2015

Dear customers!

We are pleased to present new feature on LAMM service. Now the Investor can choose the index of the transactions copying when he connect to the Manager. This index can be 1 or less.

There are many successful Managers with a large deposit in Grand Capital, so not every Investor could copy their trade because of the difference in the balance. Now it has become possible! 


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