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 Tymbeline 
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qsceszwasdx View Post
Um...why would some traders want to trade through these firms without trade their own fund?

Maybe they're undercapitalised for trading their own account? (Though in these days of micros, there are probably fewer people in that group).


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Their monthly subscription fee is higher than most platform and data feed monthly fee.

The monthly subscription fees (which they don't all have, by the way) are only usually paid while qualifying, not after being funded.

I think many people (rightly or wrongly) expect to pay them only once.


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And seems have many restrictions...

I hope so, anyway.

I'd want to have many restrictions, if I were funding people to trade. Wouldn't you?

And if I were a customer, I'd want the company to have them, too, so that they survive for the long-term, and will be able to pay me out.

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Tymbeline View Post
Maybe they're undercapitalised for trading their own account? (Though in these days of micros, there are probably fewer people in that group).


Yep, that is why I confused, now have micros and volume of MNQ is more than NQ now, and day trade margin of micros are not high, if you only trade micros, undercapitalised is not an issue.



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The monthly subscription fees (which they don't all have, by the way) are only usually paid while qualifying, not after being funded.

I think many people (rightly or wrongly) expect to pay them only once.


Oh~ I got it now.



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I hope so, anyway.

I'd want to have many restrictions, if I were funding people to trade. Wouldn't you?

And if I were a customer, I'd want the company to have them, too, so that they survive for the long-term, and will be able to pay me out.


Yes, if I were company, I would set that restriction, even I trade my own fund I have some rules for myself.

But I think every traders has different personality, to set the rule for yourself to suit your personality is better than others who don't know you to set the restriction for you.

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Has anyone ever used or using Sierra Charts with LeeLoo?

I am having trouble connecting Rithmic with the DTC bridge fix but it’s not working


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Has anyone ever used or using Sierra Charts with LeeLoo?

I am having trouble connecting Rithmic with the DTC bridge fix but it’s not working


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They dont work with the DTC Bridge anymore.

https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?page=doc/Rithmic.php

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I am debating on which account size to choose with any of the funding vendors.

I was leaning towards the Static account with LeeLoo or Apex but I don’t know if $625 is enough or if that will just be an easy threshold to hit.

Anyone have some thoughts or suggestions? Or even some ideas on which account size would be more beneficial than others.

I know some of this will be specific to each persons trading style, but some accounts seem more difficult than others to achieve.


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Does anyone know if the $500/mo. desk fee with Apteros is mandatory or optional for in house traders?

I want to go with Apteros but not the desk fee.


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Does anyone know if the $500/mo. desk fee with Apteros is mandatory or optional for in house traders?

I want to go with Apteros but not the desk fee.


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It is optional, but when you dont pay the Fee your RT coasts are significant higher.

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It is optional, but when you dont pay the Fee your RT coasts are significant higher.



Is it not even worth it significantly higher? Or just significantly higher than if you’d just pay the $500/mo.

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Is it not even worth it significantly higher? Or just significantly higher than if you’d just pay the $500/mo.

Its depends of your trade frequency. 200 RT per month and you have to select the 500 usd option.

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