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Earn2Trade Discount and Review

Discount Alert! Earn2Trade Discount

Earn2Trade runs promos every month! l Visit my Trader Evaluation Deals page for the current promo!

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Regularly my discount is:

20% off ALL Evaluations! Click here to visit Earn2Trade – discount automatically applied

  • 20% off automatically ALL Gauntlet Minis – no discount code needed
  • If Earn2Trade is having their own sale that is better, you automatically get the cheapest price!

Earn2Trade was the 2nd company (after TopStep) that I tried futures trader evaluations with. While I never did pass, I still think Earn2Trade is a good possible option, especially for new traders as I’d say their biggest benefit is an extensive library of educational materials once you sign up.

Summary

Earn2Trade I believe is a good option especially for newer traders. By far they offer the most educational content for free once you are enrolled. Videos teaching the various products, market conditions, indicators, etc. They’ve been around for years as well, which I prefer relative to the newer companies that are popping up and have no track record of funding traders, which Earn2Trade does.

You can read more below about what I like and dislike about Earn2Trade.

Evaluations Available and Pricing

The prices below change frequently and are the base price, so don’t be surprised if they are slightly off. They run specials often, usually on one account size at a time. If you visit my Deals Page, I always list what the current deal is. FYI You always get 20% off when you click my links to Earn2Trade. No promo code needed, discount will be automatically applied.

Account SizePrice/month*ContractsGoalDrawdown
$50,000$1706$3,000$2,000
$100,000$31512$6,000$3,500
$150,000$35015$9,000$4,500
$200,000$55016$11,000$6,000
$25K Career Path*$1503-16$3K-$11K$2K-$6K
$50K Career Path*$1906-30$2K-$8.8K

Trader Career Path

The Trader Career Path is a multi step evaluation and funding. You start with the $25K or $50K. Once you reach the goals you will move up to the $50K, $100K and $200K or $400K. All along the way you are sizing up your contract sizes, and you can withdraw profits along the way.

The individual steps work basically like their equivalent in the Gauntlet Mini. Just when you reach certain profit goals you have the option to move up to a bigger account. A great way for traders to start small in the $25K Trader Career Path (TCP) or jump to the $50K to start and as you grow, move up in account size.

Software Available

When you sign up with Earn2Trade you will connect via Rithmic, like most trader evaluation companies. You can trade in Rithmic Pro (their software), but its not that great. You do get a free license to NinjaTrader with Earn2Trade though which I recommend.

They also provide a web based software for free, Finamark. I wasn’t a fan personally, granted I didn’t use it for very long. This isn’t a show stopper though, as you can use the Rithmic and NinjaTrader route like you would with most other programs for free also. If you want a web browser based trading software though, Finamark will work.

Evaluation Rules

Below are the general rules. Be sure to read the specific rules on their site.

  • 1 step – trade for 15 days and reach the profit goal
  • Trailing stop loss stops at the initial balance
  • There is a scaling plan and it’s up to you to make sure you follow it

Obviously if you are new to trading a lot of this might seem confusing. I recommend reading extensively over their Faqs and knowing what you are getting yourself into.

Funded Account Rules

The general rules will be the same as the evaluation. You’ll be back to a scaling plan as you build up a balance. Noteworthy is they mention you can’t have an unscheduled absence of more than 5 days or your account is terminated. One one hand, simply let them know if you’ll not be trading for a week. On the other hand, this seems a bit extreme. I haven’t heard of anyone running into an issue because of this, but it is important to keep this in mind.

Funded Account Fees

Once you are funded, there are often fees to cover data and/or 1 time set up fees. Earn2Trade charges you $105 per market for CME Data fees, per month.

Funded Account Withdraw Frequency & Methods

Earn2Trade allows withdrawals via wire, ACH and PayPal. There are no limits on amounts for any method. The minimum withdrawal is $100. Withdrawals are processed on Tuesdays. I don’t know the exact cut off day to get a Tuesday withdrawal, but based on other companies policies I would suggest you should request before Wednesday to receive a withdrawal the following week as it can take a few days to remove the funds from your trading account.

Pros of Earn2Trade

  • Lots of educational material – webinars, ebooks, etc. If you are new to trading, Earn2Trade does give you a lot of content to get started, which is exclusive to their traders
  • Revamped for 2021 with a new funding partner
  • Trader Career Path – unique to the industry
  • Always a deal going on either across all programs, or one specific one at a time
  • Trailing Draw Down is now updated at the end of the day instead of intraday

Cons of Earn2Trade

  • Their free Finamark software isn’t great (but offset you can use NinjaTrader). That said, some people do like it, so it is just personal preference
  • Data fees once funded (fairly standard amongst the programs, they aren’t the worst by far)
  • 15 trading days to pass is the longest in the industry

Unique Standout Features

  • Constant deals – often they’ll run promos on one specific evaluation – current deal on my Deals Page
  • 20% off ANY evaluation ALWAYS! Just Click This Link and the 20% off will be reflected automatically in the pricing
  • Lots of educational material, more than any of the other evaluation companies

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Risk Disclosure:

Futures and forex trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. An investor could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones’ financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

Hypothetical Performance Disclosure: 

Hypothetical performance results have many inherent limitations, some of which are described below. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown; in fact, there are frequently sharp differences between hypothetical performance results and the actual results subsequently achieved by any particular trading program. One of the limitations of hypothetical performance results is that they are generally prepared with the benefit of hindsight. In addition, hypothetical trading does not involve financial risk, and no hypothetical trading record can completely account for the impact of financial risk of actual trading. for example, the ability to withstand losses or to adhere to a particular trading program in spite of trading losses are material points which can also adversely affect actual trading results. There are numerous other factors related to the markets in general or to the implementation of any specific trading program which cannot be fully accounted for in the preparation of hypothetical performance results and all which can adversely affect trading results.

You can read more here: Risk Disclosure

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The external links on my site and in my video descriptions to trader evaluation companies and software companies are primarily affiliate links. I earn a commission from these companies on any sale made from people visiting these links. That said, I only recommend companies and software I personally use and actually do recommend. Believe me, I turn down a lot of companies who approach me. You can read my full Affiliate Disclosure here.

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