Am I trading real money?

After a client becomes a Funded Trader, he/she will be provided with a demo account with virtual funds. For the avoidance of any confusion, please keep in mind that a Funded Account is a fully simulated account with real market quotes from liquidity providers. The trading data is sent off to a partnered proprietary trading […]

How fast will I receive a Funded Trader challenge after I sign up?

Upon receiving your confirmation of successful payment, you will receive your Trading Platform and Dashboard credentials within 5 minutes. For Coinbase Commerce payments, your order will not be confirmed until the payment is verified by the blockchain, which can take some time and depends on network congestion. Once the payment is confirmed on the blockchain, […]

What documents do I need in order to trade with The Funded Trader?

Before issuing any Funded Accounts or any type of payout to the client related to successfully completing one of our programs, we require that you verify your ID and pass our KYC/AML screening. For 99% of people, this will never be an issue, and the check will take no more than 5 minutes. To learn […]

How do I get started with The Funded Trader?

Starting out with The Funded Trader is as simple as possible. Begin by navigating to the Pricing are of our website and then select the program and account size you would like to participate in. You’ll want to visit our Knowledge Center to learn the specific rules and objectives of each of our offerings before […]

What is the Rapid Challenge and what does it cost?

The Rapid Challenge is our newest two-step evaluation program in which you can get your first payout in as little as 20 days! Traders are able to sign up for this challenge using a $50k, $100k, or $200k account. Simply choose the amount of capital you would like to manage and pass the evaluation by […]

How many accounts can I trade at any given time?

While we do not have limits on the number of accounts a trader can have, we do limit the total account value of all accounts held by a person to $600k. For clarification, during the challenge (Phase-1 and Phase-2), you are not permitted to trade more than $600k. If you trade more than $600k at […]

What is The Funded Trader Standard Challenge?

The Standard Challenge consists of a two-phased evaluation process where a trader has 35 calendar days to pass the first phase and another 60 days to pass the second phase. In each phase, there are certain rules and objectives the trader must achieve and abide by in order to pass the challenge and earn a […]

How do the max daily and max total draw downs work?

The maximum daily loss on the account consisting of the account’s current result of opened positions and the result of positions closed on the given day must not at any time in the course of one working day exceed 6% of the initial balance of the account. For the max total draw down, the equity […]

What is the leverage?

The leverage on all challenges is the following. Forex 1:200 Gold and Commodities 1:40 Indices 1:20 Crypto 1:2 The leverage on all funded accounts is the following: Forex 1:100 Gold and Commodities 1:40 Indices 1:20 Crypto 1:2

What is the maximum account size?

The maximum account size is $400,000 USD per account. With a total maximum account size of $600,000 USD per Trader. Traders may request to combine multiple accounts after the accounts have passed phase II before placing their first trade. Reach out to our support for help with merging accounts.

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CFTC Rule 4.41

Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual trading. Also, because the trades have not actually been executed, the results may have under-or-over compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated trading programs, in general, are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profit or losses similar to those shown. CFTC Rule 4.41

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