S&P 500, Russel 2000, Nasdaq 100 (except for tickers with Market Cap Size less than $250M, and Average Daily Volume less than 100,000 shares).
$100 per month
$150 per month
$300 per month
$100,000 not enough? Our best traders can get up to $250,000 Funded Account! Email us for details.
Try2bfunded offers all successful traders up to 80% profit share!
Choose a profit split program that fits you best
a. Option A. For conservative traders – flat 60% of your profits is yours to keep, after making 6% profit of starting balance.
b. Option B. Ideal for professional, long-term traders — keep up to 80% of the profit you earn for your third withdrawal. For the first two withdrawals, some part of the profit must remain in your account (please see table below). The leftover on your account is a good starting profit, a free financial cushion you can use in case you hit a drawdown. You can get your full trader’s profit and keep it forever starting with the third withdrawal.
Total account profit
Total traders profit
Traders profit for withdrawal
Traders profit to be left on the account
What documents are required for funded account?
To open your Funded Account with Try2Bfunded, we need the following documents:
1. valid document to confirm your identity. You can provide a copy of any of the following documents:
- your ID;
- your driving license;
your internal passport (only in case you do not provide a copy of this document to confirm your place of residence).
2. A most recent document dated within last three months to confirm your place of residence. You can provide a copy of any of the following documents:
- utility bills in your name;
- bank statement;
*Please use copies of two different documents to confirm your identity and residence address.
3. А selfie photo with an ID. The face shouldn't be obstructed by the document and the data in the document should be readable (not blurred)
4. А selfie photo with your device, showing your profile on our platform. The face shouldn't be obstructed by the device.
All documents need to be addressed and received before the account can be considered for approval.
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) or incurred a 2% daily loss, the internal risk system will cease access to the funded real-money account and will return the trader to the beginning of Stage 1.
Can you give an example of how withdrawals work?
If a trader takes a funded account from $50,000 to $55,000, the withdrawal amount available will be $3,000 based on the trader’s 60% split [($55,000-$50,000) * 60%], with $2,000 going to the company based on the firm’s 40% split. The account will therefore be reset to $50,000 to account for the distribution of funds.
If I make it through the qualifying stages to a funded real-money account, what are the withdrawal conditions if I am profitable?
For any trader who successfully passes through the qualifying stages and trades profitably on a funded real-money account, withdrawals are available upon request. There is the minimum amount allowed for withdrawal is 6% of the size of the account under management. If profits have been made, you are not obligated to take the entire amount that is available to withdrawal (or any amount) if you would like to use the higher account balance to trade larger amounts. Moreover, we strongly recommend all traders to leave a part of their profit as a protection that could serve as the cushion to ease the losses caused by the unfavorable market moves.
Is there a minimum or maximum amount withdrawal requirement?
All withdrawals have no maximum amount limits.
The minimum amount allowed for withdrawal is 6% of the size of the account under management.
• If the account is $30,000, then the minimum withdrawal amount is $1,800.
• If the account is $50,000, then the minimum withdrawal amount is $3,000.
• If the account is $100,000, then the minimum withdrawal amount is $6,000.
Please note that traders must be above their high-water mark plus 6% or higher before receiving the 60% split of their profits. If, for example, a trader on a $50,000 starting balance draws down to $49,000, no profits can be taken on the account until the balance is back above $50,000.
What is the procedure for profit withdrawal?
Please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Try2BFunded Money withdrawal instruction request
Your residential address:
Name on account:
Amount for withdrawal:
Are there any commissions for withdrawals?
Yes, our bank charges $50 for each withdrawal, and your bank can charge extra commission, please check with your bank.
Can I have multiple accounts open at the same time?
You may have only one (1) account open at a time on the Funded Stage.
What are the trading conditions for the funded account in the event both qualifying stages are successfully passed?
Traders who successfully pass both stages of Try2BFunded will get a funded account with an amount equal to their starting paper trading/demo balance. All trading profits thereafter would be split as 60% to the trader (you) and 40% to the company.
Is there a daily turnover requirement on the funded, real-money account?
No, there is no subsequent turnover requirement for the funded, real-money account.
How long does it take to get funded?
It depends on your performance, but minimum is 15 trading days.
Can I increase my position size limit?
Yes, position size can be increased individually depending on your trading performance, email us for details.
When can I place my order?
NYSE and NASDAQ are the two main American exchanges, both of which are headquartered in New York City. They are each open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST. Orders are allowed only within this trading session.
Are commissions/trading fees applicable?
Commission charges are emulated in Stage 1 and Stage 2 of the program, and will be applied on the funded real-money account.
The fees are as follows:
US Markets (NYSE, NASDAQ): $0.001 per share (min $0.20 per trade).
Why my stop loss orders are rejected?
Please check if you have an active Limit Order. When using Limit Order, you can not set a Stop Loss because execution logic is broken.