TickTick Trader allows you the ability to reset your trader evaluation account if you break a rule during the evaluation. This is fairly common among trader evaluations. Learn more about the specifics.
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TickTick Trader Evaluation Resets
It happens to everyone, believe me I’ve had to reset my fair share of futures trader evaluations in my first year. If you have violated any of the rules with TickTick Trader it’s no big deal, you have the option to reset your account balance by paying up a flat reset fee.
Once you finalize the purchase, the reset will be processed immediately, and you will get notified by email. You can be back to trading within minutes.
The reset only updates the initial balance so that the trader can continue to trade on the account to which he is subscribed. All previous results will not be counted. Also, the minimum required 10 trading days will be reset as well.
However, resetting your account does not reset the expiration date of the challenge account subscription. The subscription is automatically renewed every 30 days unless you cancel it yourself.
My advice is if you have less than 10 trading days left until your subscription renews, you are best off canceling your account and signing up again. Unless you signed up under an amazing deal and the math doesn’t make sense, often times it’s best to do this. Otherwise, even by resetting you won’t be able to complete the evaluation before a rebill happens.
TickTick Trader Evaluation Reset Fee
The reset fee is set to $85 at TickTick Trader.
How to reset:
1. Log in to your account and go to your dashboard.
2. Under you subscription, you will see the link to reset
3. Follow the steps to pay for the reset.
Within a few minutes your account will be restored to a fresh start. You may (not always) need to log out or Rithmic and back in to see this.
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