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What is a Fixed Drawdown?
What is a Fixed Drawdown?
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Written by Susan E.
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A fixed drawdown is a type of drawdown that sets the minimum balance for your trading account at a fixed value that does not change. Fixed drawdowns are used in the $200,000 and $400,000 funded trading accounts for traders who pass the Trader Career Path evaluation and scale up their funding offers.

  • The $200,000 funded trading account has its drawdown fixed at $194,000.

  • The $400,000 funded trading account has its drawdown fixed at $380,000.

Funded traders are not allowed to reach or dip below the minimum balance set by their fixed drawdown. Please note that the $200,000 funded trading account received after passing the Gauntlet Mini™ does not use a fixed drawdown.

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