What is a High-Water Mark?

A high-water mark is the highest peak in balance that an account has reached.

Profit-sharing fees can only be charged when the balance in your account is higher than the high-water mark.  The difference between the higher balance and the high-water mark will be used to calculate the fee after taking into account any net deposits/withdrawals. 

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