If the trader you are copying withdraws funds, the proportional amount will be removed from your copy allocation and sent back to your account balance. This amount is called the Copy Dividend.
Copy Dividends mean that you get to enjoy the profits of the traders you are copying while you are copying them (not only once the copy relationship has ended).
For example, Trader X has $10,000 in his account. You allocate $1,000 to this trader and after a few weeks, he makes a profit of $2,000. If Trader X decides to withdraw the profit, the proportional amount for you - $200 - will be removed from your copy allocation and sent back to your account balance so that you too can enjoy the profits without having to wait for the copy to close.
Additionally, if the trader you are copying adds funds to his or her account, you will receive a notification so that you can decide whether you wish to add more funds to the copy allocation.
Please note: If you do not have funds in your copy balance, you will not receive the Copy Dividend.
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