To work out the Investor's profit, you would need to calculate the Profit made by the Money Manager multiplied by the Investor's ratio, and lastly deducting the Management Fee. 


Example: 


Jadon (Investor) funds $20,000 in a Fund. The total money invested in the fund is $200,000. As for the Fee, the Money Manager sets a Fee of 5%. Let's say the Money Manager makes a profit of $10,000 so now the Total Equity of the Fund is $210,000.


Equation: Profit ($10,000) * 10% (The Investor's percentage of the fund)  -  $500 (Money Manager's Fee).


Total: $1,500.

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