Express FAQs

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What is the profit split on Express live accounts?

The profit share in the Express program is 50% for all account sizes.

Is there a time limit?

No. There is no time limit. You can trade at your own pace and earn at your own pace.

Is there an option to merge my Express accounts?

Unfortunately, we do not merge accounts in the Express Plan.

What is assured funding?

Assured funding refers to the maximum account size of that account (when you reach the last Phase).

To receive the maximum account size, you must scale up your account.

How much would my account increase when I reach the profit target?

When you reach the profit target:

On Phase 1, your account size will increase by 2x.

On Phase 2, your account size will increase by 1.5x

On Phase 3, your account size will increase by 2x.

On Phase 4, your account size will increase by 1.5x

How many live accounts can I have from Express Model?

We allow a maximum of 3 Express accounts per member.

I reached the profit target, now what?

Congratulations on reaching the profit target! You may now scale up your account by emailing us at

Is there a consistency rule?

There is no consistency rule in this program.

Does the Express Plan have a daily drawdown rule?

There are no daily drawdown limits, however there is an overall drawdown limit.

Does the overall drawdown increase?

The only time the overall drawdown increases are when your account size increases. This is after you reach the profit target and get scaled-up.

How can l receive a payout?

You can receive your 50% profit share every 5 days no matter how much you make.

Your first payout is 5 days from the day you placed your first trade, and your next payouts are every 5 days.

How do I increase my account size?

You can increase your account size by reaching the profit target. This is called scaling up.

Can I use a trade copier EA?

Yes. You are allowed to use a trade copier as long as you are copying your own trades from your own accounts.

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