Become a Funded Trader & Limit Your Risk, but Still Reap the Rewards

The prop firm model is one that has been hard to come by since the financial crash of 2008. There are still some remote firms out there, but most of the traditional prop firms required you to be in the office so if you didn’t live in New York or Chicago, that opportunity didn’t really exist.

If you’ve ever thought about becoming a professional trader, the prop firm route is indeed a good way to get access to lots of capital while limiting your risk at the same time. I’ve known about the guys at Topstep Trader for a long time now, but recently got to connect with Kevin Adamick of Topstep while I was back in Chicago this summer.

Topstep Trader is the only firm of its kind whose sole purpose is to evaluate and fund traders. They provides you with the resources you need to be successful trading futures, all at a cost less than a week of live trading commissions. The best part: when you hone your trading strategy, you’ll be given their capital to trade. From there, you get to keep your first $5,000 in profits and 80% thereafter.

Topstep Trader has funded more than 1,800 traders with live trading capital.

I invited Kevin Adamick of Topstep Trader to outline how the process works of becoming a funded trader, have a look below and if you’re interested in learning more you can visit Topstep Trader and use code save20 for 20% off the combine.

It’s not too often that I plug other industry products or services, but I feel there is a real opportunity here for a good portion of the EminiMind trader community.

Thanks for reading,

Tim

About Tim Racette

Tim is a full-time trader in the futures and stock markets and founder of EminiMind.com. He is also a Chicago-land native, competitive mountain biker, adventurer, and ASU Sun Devil.

One Response to “Become a Funded Trader & Limit Your Risk, but Still Reap the Rewards”

  1. I have heard about this concept for years. However, every company I ever checked out was trying to sell me something. I’m excited about talking with a legitimate operator.

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