The Funded Trader believes that every retail trader deserves an opportunity to raise capital based on performance and commitment. They allow traders to earn high profits by managing account sizes up to $1,500,000. The Funded Trader will enable traders to take home profit splits up to 90%. They can achieve this by trading forex pairs, commodities, indices, and cryptocurrencies.
You can trade during news, hold trades overnight, and during the weekends. They are partnered with Eightcap and Purple Trading Seychelles as their brokers.
The Funded Trader Interview
Let’s get motivated by hearing about a trader’s journey. This time, the trader whose interview we are sharing is from The Funded Trader. The Funded Trader shared the interview in which they are talking to Max, their newly minted funded trader, who has earned $6500 in profit. He shares his trading journey but principles on risk management, psychology, and strategy.
Max Kim is a funded trader from the San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated high school in 2018 and has been trading for about two years. He got into Forex, particularly in 2020, right after the pandemic.
Max had seen other people trading before but didn’t know what it was. He essentially got into it after his brother showed him a little about it. He then started taking courses and learning from different people and mentors.
Max started as an Intraday trader. There were times he held trades over the weekend or for multiple days, but he preferred to go in the market and be out of it in a particular fluid motion without allowing his trade to run too far.
One of the reasons he does this is to avoid not taking profits at the right time. He likes to stay disciplined with his trading, knowing how much he’s risking and how much profit he’d be taking.
Max recommends traders refine their edge and find what works best for them. He says trading profitably would become inevitable as long as traders keep learning, persistent, and active while also working on their psychology.
Take a look at The Funded Trader Interview: