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Earn2Trade Update – Multiple Accounts And New Broker


Earn2Trade announced you can have MULTIPLE funded accounts now! Under 1 Log In!

As of October 2021, Earn2Trade now allows traders to have multiple funded accounts. In the past you could do multiple evaluations, but ultimately only 1 funded account. Read on to learn more about Earn2Trade and multiple funded accounts.

Earn2Trade is one of my top recommended funded trader programs! They offer a fantastic user interface, 100’s of hours of education content only accessible to subscribers, fantastic support and the very best withdrawal rules out of anyone as far as I’m concerned (no minimum balance to achieve or minimum time to trade before qualifying for a withdrawal)

Account sizes from $25K up to $150K!

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Multiple Funded Accounts Details

Be sure to read the entire article on the Earn2Trade website under Blogs. This is just a highlight of what it entails.

  • Sign up for multiple evaluations – you must use a different email address for each account
  • When you pass, now you can have multiple FUNDED accounts
  • They will show up under 1 log in within Rithmic
  • Data fees can be shared across all your accounts – only pay for data once

Previously you could only have 1 funded account. As Earn2Trade continues to grow and maintain their position as one of the best futures funded trader evaluation programs, it’s exciting to see them offer multiple accounts.

Trade Copiers and Multiple Earn2Trade Accounts

Now, the question always is “Can I use a trade copier for all my accounts”.

2022: NO! You can’t! Unfortunately Earn2Trade starting in 2022 decided you are now allowed to use trade copiers between multiple accounts. If they see the same trades being duplicated between accounts you will most likely lose them.


Edge Clear – New Funded Account Broker

Earn2Trade also announced in October 2021 that they have a new funded account partner in Edge Clear. Edge Clear was started by a well respected trader who goes by “Futures Trader 71” online. He has been featured on many trading podcasts, and is a very positive influence on the futures trading community. His interviews on Chat With Traders are some of my favorites.

Back to Edge Clear – Earn2Trade once funded places you with a real live account, and those accounts will now be with Edge Clear. I haven’t used them before but I do know they have their own trading platform, or of course you can use the standards like NinjaTrader.

Earn2Trade Gets Better and Better

Earn2Trade has been around a long time and is a well respected trader evaluation company. I highly recommend them, and with these 2 additional changes things only continue to get better with Earn2Trade.

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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.

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