I get asked weekly where someone could have multiple accounts, followed by can you be logged into them all at the same time so a trade copier can be used. I personally don’t get the appeal, but to each their own.
2023 Update – Since writing this article there are several other companies that offer multiple accounts. My top recommendation is always Apex Trader Funding. You can visit my Trader Evaluation Reviews page to read about additional companies.
Apex Trader Funding allows you to have as many evaluation AND funded accounts as you would like. They have a huge selection of account sizes, and probably the easiest rules out of the programs. I’ve used a trade copier between multiple Apex Trader Funding accounts.
All your accounts are under 1 log in, which allows for the use of a trade copier. I personally recommend Replikanto by Flowbots.
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Earn2Trade in late 2021 introduced the ability to trade multiple accounts. They are also under 1 Rithmic log in. The one catch is you need to sign up using different email addresses. Is not a big deal, at worst go create a new Gmail or Yahoo account and sign up. The system will recognize you based on your address and info, so the 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc. accounts will be all assigned to your initial Rithmic log in.
Note you are not allowed to use trade copiers with Earn2Trade.
UProfit Trader is your only other option out of the companies I’m aware of. It’s not quite as liberal though as LeeLoo above.
They’ve changed the rule (for the better) in the last few months on multiple accounts, and honestly they aren’t always the greatest at updating their FAQs, and I’ll admit even their own customer support agents don’t always give consistent information. I chalk it up to growing pains and don’t hold it against them. I just mention this since I know some of you have contacted them and gotten information that isn’t consistent with the info below.
I reached out to their founder for the actual rules. As of mid July 2021:
- You can have as many EVALUATION accounts as you want all under 1 log in (your log in is specified by your email)
- Once Funded, you can have UP TO 2 FUNDED ACCOUNTS PER EMAIL ADDRESS (ie. Log In).
- You CAN have more than 2 funded accounts, but they need to be under different emails and no more than 2 per email address ie. log in
That is important to keep clear. You can only log into 1 instance of Rithmic on a computer, which means at most you will see 2 funded accounts at a time. Say you have 10 funded accounts, this means they will be under 5 different email accounts of yours. You will NOT be able to log into more than 1 email at a time, which means 2 accounts. I hope this is clear.
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You Can NOT Have Multiple Accounts At:
So apparently by listing the companies above it wasn’t clear that these are the only 2 that do offer multiple accounts. That by default means all the others I am familiar with don’t. But since it seems to be confusing, to be completely obviously clear about it, you can NOT have multiple funded accounts at Topstep Trader, Earn2Trade or OneUp Trader. I believe (not sure) you can take multiple evaluations at these, but ultimately you will only get 1 funded account. If you have any questions, please reach out to them. I do not work in customer support for them.
There are options to trade multiple accounts, there’s not a lot of them but you can. If any other companies add this ability in the future I’ll be sure to update this article.
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