Participate

Your chance — make money
without initial deposit

Prove, that you are a real trader and get a funded account with $30,000

Participate

How it works

  • 1

    Sign up and get an initial balance of $30 000, $50 000 or $100 000

  • 2

    Pass the qualifying round and 2 stages of tests

  • 3

    Get access to the funded account

Why participate?

  • Free

    You don’t risk with your own funds at the qualifying round

    * monthly subscription to the second and the third stages is from $100 to $300 (depending on the initial deposit).

  • Anyone can win

    Only your performance will take you to the real account

  • 100% real

    Real quotes, professional trading platforms and mobile apps

  • Transparent

    Account management platform with trading statistics available at any point of time

Show us your class

In order to get access to the funded account and start trading, you need to show that you are not only making the profit, but also mitigating the risks, taking the profits right on time and avoiding any significant drawdown. 'Your Chance' is a free contest with one qualifying round and 2 test stages, and each of them would have its own requirements for profits and drawdowns.

  • Qualifying step and stage I
    Initial capital 
    from $30,000 
    Profit goal
    $1,800 (6%)
    Max daily loss
    $600 (2%)
    Max drawdown
    $1,200 (4%)
    Available markets and instruments
    Nyse/Nasdaq, USA and European stock exchanges
    Min number of trading days
    1 day for qualifying step and 5 days for stage I with 100% deposit turnover
  • stage II
    Initial capital 
    from $30,000
    Profit goal
    $1,800 (6%)
    Max daily loss
    $600 (2%)
    Max weekly loss
    $600 (2%)
    Max drawdown
    $1,200 (4%)
    Available markets and instruments
    Nyse/Nasdaq, USA and European stock exchanges
    Min number of trading days
    10 days with 100% deposit turnover

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1. Is it better to use a market order or limit order?

We don’t provide trading advice. However, if precise price execution is important, it is highly recommended to use limit orders on our platform. 

2. What is the difference between a market order and limit order?

A market order will execute a buy or sell order of the security immediately at the next available price.

A limit order will execute a buy or sell order of the security only when the specified price (or better) is available.
 

3. If I am stopped out of a stage from a 4% drawdown or 2% daily loss, what happens?

If you are in Stage 1 or Stage 2 of the program and incur a 4% drawdown or 2% daily or weekly loss, you will return to the beginning of Stage 1.

4. What happens if I get to the funded real-money account and have a 4% drawdown or 2% daily loss? Do I lose access to the account?

On a funded real-money account, in the event it has drawn down 4% from the starting account balance (or starting account balance as of the last payment distribution), the internal risk system will cease access to the account and will return the trader to the beginning of Stage 1.

There is no daily loss risk parameter on the funded real-money account.

5. Can I have more than one Funded Account under management?

The general rule is that you can have only one Funded Account under management at a time. 

6. Does the list of instruments stay the same throughout the qualifying stages and once on a funded real-money account?

Yes, there is the same list of instruments available for trading throughout all parts of the program.

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