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How payouts work for our Elite level traders.

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Our goal is to build long term relationships with traders. To be eligible for your first payout cycle, you must have traded a minimum of 15 individual trading days and have earned realized profits equal to drawdown +100. For the 2nd payout cycle you must have traded a minimum of 15 individual trading days after your first payout. For the 3rd payout cycle and beyond, you must have a minimum of 10 individual trading days traded since your previous payout. You may withdraw up to the maximum amount per payout cycle, or as little as $100, read this article for more details. Payouts are approved and released daily. If your payout amount causes your account to go below the minimum balance, the account will be closed.


ETF's payout policy has been updated. Please read this article for more details.


More Information On Payouts
  • Once a payout is requested the trader is not allowed to place any new trades until the payout is verified. Verification process takes 24hrs or less typically.
  • If the payout cycle requirements are not met, you will be unable to receive a payout. Please read this article for more details.
  • Elite Trader Funding covers all fees on payouts.
  • Elite Trader Funding reserves the right to payout funds from the account to the trader at any time and under special circumstances.
  • Traders will receive 100% of their first $12,500 earned and then 90% of any amount after that; this applies to the user, not per account.
  • Your best trade day profit must not exceed 40% of your total profit to request a payout. For more information, please learn more here.
Tax Information
  • Elite (qualified paid performance) traders are paid as independent contractors.
  • US citizens are required to complete a W-9 form. A current mailing address must be maintained in order to receive a yearly 1099-NEC form based on total payouts received.
  • Please see a qualified tax accountant for any further questions.
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