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Smart Accounts: Your Ultimate Guide to Getting Started

Smart Drawdown #

Please familiarise yourself with how our smart drawdown works here:

This works similarly to normal Trailing Drawdown firms, our drawdown updates to -5% of your starting balance, this allows us to offer better prices and conditions such as no time limits on challenges, allowing you to relax, and not feel pressured on any of our challenges!

Our drawdown gives you more room than traditional trailing drawdown firms as we do not trail, in the traditional sense. Most firms that offer trailing drawdown will have a 5% or 6% maximum loss, and this trails every dollar you make. Whereas with our Smart Drawdown, you have up to a 10% Maximum Loss Limit, which is static until you are well into profit, keeping things nice and simple, Smart Drawdown will never move until you make 5% or more on your account. Just like traditional firms this does not move from this spot again.

Allowing us to reduce our risk, and pass these benefits on to you as mentioned above! Larger profit splits, lower entry prices, faster scaling, no time limits, and the list goes on! 

Daily Loss #

You can find out how daily loss is calculated here:

Account Rules #

For all of our account rules, please visit our rules section on our FAQ page and select the account you would like to view the rules for, this can be found here:


This will be completed through RISE after requesting a payout. This is part of the RISE onboarding which you complete after requesting your first payout. You will only need to complete this once.

(This is only required when you request your first payout!)

Scaling #

You can find out more about how our scaling works here:

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Please note that all accounts we provide to our clients are demo accounts with fictitious funds, and any trading is in a simulated environment only. For more information, please feel free to visit our FAQ section. Ok, I understand