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$5,000 - $500,000 Funded Accounts

Up to 90% Splits | No Time Limits | Quick Payouts



















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Funded Trader Package 1

$50,000 USD Account



Funded Trader Package 2

$100,000 USD Account



Funded Trader Package 3

$200,000 USD Account



Funded Trader Package 4

$300,000 USD Account

Number of Phases: 1

Equity Growth Target: 10%

Daily Loss Limit: 5%

Trailing Drawdown: 6%

Account Gains Split: Up to 90%*

Account Leverage: Up to 20:1**

Time Limits: NONE

Min/Max Trading Days: NONE

*Standard gains share is 75% but can be upgraded to 90% at the time of purchase.

**Standard account leverage is 10:1 but can be upgraded to 20:1 at the time of purchase.

Funded Capital

$5,000 USD

$10,000 USD

$25,000 USD

$50,000 USD

$100,000 USD

$250,000 USD

$500,000 USD

Target 1-Step Evaluation = 10%
Min./Max. Trading Days None
Daily Max Loss (5%)








Trailing Drawdown (6%)*








Available Leverage Up to 20:1 with an upgraded account (10:1 standard leverage)
Live Account Profit Split Keep up to 90% with an upgraded account (75% standard split), first withdrawal whenever you want
One Time Fee








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Funded Trader Package 5

$400,000 USD Account

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Funded Trader Package 6

$500,000 USD Account

Frequently Asked Questions



  • 5% Daily Loss Limit (hard breach)
  • 6% Max Trailing Drawdown (hard breach)
  • Must place a trade once every 30 days (hard breach)
  • Stop-loss required for each trade (soft breach)
  • Flat for the weekend — all positions closed on Friday at 3:45PM EST (soft breach)
  • Maximum open positions must not exceed 1/10000th the size of the Evaluation account (soft breach)
  • Soft breach means that we will close all trades that have violated the rule. However, you can continue trading in your Evaluations or Funded account.
  • Hard breach means that you violated either the Daily Loss Limit or Max Trailing Drawdown rule. Both rules constitute a hard breach. In the event you have a hard breach, you will fail the Evaluation or have your Funded account taken away.

Daily Loss Limit is calculated based on the previous day’s end of day (5pm EST) balance.

Example:  If your prior day’s end of day balance was $100,000 you would breach the Daily Loss Limit of 5% should your equity the next day fall to $95,000.

Maximum Trailing drawdown is the maximum your account can drawdown before you would hard breach your account.  When you open the account, your Max Trailing Drawdown is set at 6% of your starting balance.  This 6% trails your closed trading balance until you reach 6% profits in your account. Once you have achieved 6% in your account the max trailing locks in at your starting balance, and no longer trails your account.

Example: If your starting balance is $100,000, you can drawdown to $94,000 before you would violate the Maximum Trailing Drawdown rule. Then for example let’s say you take your account to $104,000 in closed balance. This is your new high-water mark, which would mean your new Maximum Trailing Drawdown would be $98,000. Next, let’s say you take your account to $110,000 in closed balance, which would be your new high-water mark. At this point your Maximum Trailing Drawdown would be locked in at your starting balance of $100,000. So, regardless of how high your account goes, you would only breach this rule if your account drew back down to $100,000 (note, you can still violate the Daily Loss Limit). For example, if you take your account to $170,000, as long as you do not drawdown more than 5% in any given day, you would only breach if your account equity reaches $100,000.

In line with sound risk management practices, we require a stop loss on every trade.  If you fail to place a stop loss at the time of placing the trade/order, we will close the trade. This is a only soft breach rule, so you can continue trading in your account.

We require all trades to be closed by 3:45pm EST on Friday.  Any trades left open after this time will automatically be closed.  Note, this is only a soft breach and you will be able to continue trading once the markets reopen.

  • Forex– 1 lot = $100k notional
  • Index– 1 lot = 10 Contracts
  • Cryptos– 1 lot = 1 coin
  • Stocks – 1 lot = 100 shares
  • Silver– 1 lot = 5000 ounces
  • Gold – 1 lot = 100 ounces
  • Oil – 1 lot = 1000 barrels

Below are the maximum open lots across all pairs that a trader can have at any given time.

  • $25K – 2.5 lots with risk
  • $50K – 5 lots with risk
  • $100K – 10 lots with risk
  • $250K – 25 lots with risk
  • $500K – 50 lots with risk
  • $1 million – 100 lots with risk

For example, if you are in the $100k plan, you will be able to have 10 open lots with risk available.

If you buy 5 lots of EURUSD at 1.20 and your stop loss is at 1.18, you will have 5 lots on with risk, so you would have 5 still available. If the EURUSD moves up to 1.25, and you update your stop loss to be at 1.20, which would be your open price, you no longer have risk on that trade. So, you would again have 10 lots available, even though you currently have 5 lots open.

If you put on too many trades with risk, then our system will liquidate all trades that currently have risk.

Please note, margin and leverage requirements still apply. So, even though these are the maximum lots that can be traded, it is possible based on the leverage of the account that you may not be able to trade up the maximum.


Yes.  If you do not place a trade at least once every 30 days on your account, we will consider you inactive and your account will be breached.


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