Definitions PAMM

PAMM terminology program from BidAsko


portfolio management mechanism assets.


BidAsko PMD

Department of portfolio management DidAsko.


Program BidAsko PAMM

The program was created and is fully controlled BidAsko PMD, distribution in terms of investor assets in accordance with its investment objectives and risks.


BidAsko PAMM Account

All clients who want to invest in BidAsko PMD, must open a new account, on which all their investments will be placed.


PAMM Portfolio bidashko

This is an investment portfolio that generates BidAsko PMD based on various parameters such as rate of return, volatility, maximum drawdown, the deviation, the Sharpe ratio, and many others.


PAMM investor

It is the customers who are interested in participating in the program BidAsko PAMM. To participate in the program, the client needs to be tested for compliance. After analyzing BidAsko PMD test will decide exactly which investments are most appropriate for a given investor.


Provider strategies

Experienced traders with a proven track record, who decided to share their strategy with BidAsko PMD.

Compliance test

To BidAsko PMD could assist in investing their clients, we need to get information from you about your investment objectives, financial situation, as well as your knowledge and experience.


Yield (%)

The actual ratio of the percentage (positive or negative), which characterizes the income for the period. [The value of investments at end of period / The value of investments at beginning of period -1] * 100 = Yield (%)


Sharpe ratio

It illustrates how good the strategy in terms of revenue in relation to its level of risk. The higher the Sharpe ratio, the higher profitability and lower risk.



The average value of all the revenue per day (positive and negative), for a certain period of time. The lower the volatility, the more conservative strategy.


Standard deviation

The statistical parameter that illustrates the historical volatility. The more volatile the strategy, the higher the standard deviation.


The maximum drawdown

The maximum percentage of loss in investment strategy. It is calculated as the difference between the highest and lowest point of the strategy for the period. Maximum drawdown helps to determine the level of risk strategy.

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