FundedNext has shared Important information regarding adjustments to their MetaTrader trading platforms. These adjustments are in response to the end of Daylight Saving Time in the United States and will impact traders using GrowthNext and Incenteco, FundedNext Trading Platforms Update.
FundedNext Daylight Saving Update
- Server Time Adjustment. The server time for MetaTrader platforms was adjusted over the weekend following the market’s closure on Friday, November 3, 2023.
- New Server Time. Starting from the market’s reopening on Sunday, November 5, 2023 (Yesterday), the server time transitioned to GMT+2.
This adjustment is designed to ensure that trading hours for foreign exchange (FX) and other financial instruments will continue to open at 00:00 server time.
Trading Hours Unchanged
Importantly, FundedNext assures its traders that there will be no alteration to the trading hours of any financial instruments. These trading hours will remain consistent with their usual schedules. The only difference is that they will now be expressed in the GMT+2 time zone instead of GMT+3.
Action Required for Traders
FundedNext urges all traders to take this time shift into account, especially when planning for time-sensitive activities such as the reset time of the Maximum Daily Loss. By being mindful of these adjustments, traders can ensure they are well-prepared for seamless trading experiences in the evolving time zone.
Moreover, this proactive approach to accommodate the end of Daylight Saving Time reflects FundedNext’s commitment to offering traders a smooth and uninterrupted trading environment. As always, staying informed about such changes is crucial for success in the trading markets.
About the Firm
FundedNext is a proprietary trading firm incorporated on the 18th of March, 2022. They strive to provide their traders with a comfortable trading environment. To accomplish that, they have also come up with four different funding models: Two-step Stellar, One-step Stellar, Evaluation, and Express. They have offices located in the United Arab Emirates and Bangladesh while offering traders capital up to $4,000,000 with up to 90% profit splits. FundedNext is also partnered with Eightcap as their broker.