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Our special groups within TradeLocker have been designed to meet the requirements for operating a prop firm. Since you are allowed to hold trades overnight and over the weekend on certain challenge accounts, the leverage for specific instruments has to be lowered.


Below are the leverages we offer for each challenge type with their respective instruments:


TTT Challenge Regular

  • 1:100 – Forex

  • 1:40 – Gold & Commodities

  • 1:30 – Indices

  • 1:2 – Crypto

TTT Challenge Swing

  • Forex 1:30

  • Gold and Commodities 1:10

  • Indices 1:5

  • Crypto 1:1

TTT Challenge Plus

  • 1:100 – Forex

  • 1:40 – Gold & Commodities

  • 1:30 – Indices

  • 1:2 – Crypto

Lot Size Limit

Our accounts do not have a lot size limit on any pair, as such you may trade the accounts using any lot size you wish across all pairs.  Please keep in mind your lot size should never breach our trading rules that restricts gambling-type behaviors.

Allowed Instruments

With TopTier Trader, you are able to trade any instrument available on the ThinkMarkets trading platform. This includes forex, commodities, indices, and crypto.

The instruments that you are allowed to trade are:

  • All Forex, Gold, and Silver pairs end with the suffix “x”. For example, GBPUSDx or XAUUSDx.

  • Commodities, indices, and crypto have no suffix

To be able to see all the instruments please follow the instructions below:

Desktop Platform:

  • Press Ctrl + M to see the Market Watch, or simply click on the icon.

  • Right-click on the Market Watch, and click on “Show All”

  • Now you can see all the instruments available for you to trade!

Mobile Platform:

  • On the “Quotes” tab, press the “+” sign

  • To add the Forex pairs, press on “Forex X” and add the symbols you want. You are also allowed to trade all the instruments inside the “Indices”, “Gold X”, “Silver X”, “Commodities”, “BTC”, and “Crypto” folders.

Spread & Commission


You may check out our spreads with the below MT4 and MT5 credentials.


Login: 83280211

Password: alm1kgj

Server: ThinkMarkets-Demo 3
MT4 Download:


Login: 11980153

Password: -dBq0vKq

Server: ThinkMarkets-Demo

MT5 Download:

Note that the “x” suffix is used for Forex, Gold, and Silver pairs. Commodities, indices, and crypto have no suffixes.

Note: To view the “x” instruments, please refer to this article.


Forex & Metals: $7 per lot

Commodities, Indices, Crypto: $0 per lot

Live or Demo?

All accounts on TopTier Trader are demo. Even when you become a funded trader, we will provide a demo account with virtual funds. This account will be connected to our master live account that places trades in the live market using copy trading software.


Providing a demo account is not only a way to help us better our risk tolerance, but it also is an industry-standard when it comes to the issuance of funded accounts. We expect funded traders to trade and manage their accounts as if they were live accounts.


Note: Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual trading. Also, because the trades have not actually been executed, the results may have under-or-over compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated trading programs, in general, are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profit or losses similar to those shown.

Trading Rules

Within the broader public perception, a misconception lingers, linking financial market trading to gambling. This misconception is often fueled by traders exhibiting behaviors reminiscent of gambling. To uphold the integrity of our trading community and cultivate an environment that champions responsible trading, it becomes imperative to address these tendencies.

Some traders, enticed by the prospect of quick profits, may embrace high-risk strategies that, more often than not, decrease their likelihood of success. While financial markets inherently entail risks, it is paramount to delineate between legitimate trading practices and gambling inclinations.

At TopTier Trader, our commitment revolves around protecting our traders and fostering opportunities for those who approach the market with responsibility. Should we suspect that a trader is employing our services for gambling purposes, we retain the right to implement measures designed to mitigate associated risks. These measures may encompass adjustments to leverage or modifications to earnings. It is crucial to emphasize that such actions will be taken judiciously, following a thorough assessment by our risk management team, targeting behaviors falling within specific prohibited categories.


  1. Account Rolling/Churning:

A concerning practice known as account rolling or churning has surfaced. This involves traders acquiring several evaluation accounts simultaneously, employing a rolling strategy where certain accounts are deliberately allowed to fail while prioritizing the completion of others. Essentially, this tactic aims to navigate evaluations without genuinely showcasing the trader’s skill and proficiency in the market. For instance, a trader might engage in acquiring multiple evaluation accounts concurrently, strategically allowing some to falter while focusing efforts on completing others to create the illusion of trading prowess.

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  1. Gambling/Betting Behavior:

A red flag is raised when individuals exhibit behavior akin to gambling or betting. This involves participating in trades that resemble high-stakes gambles, characterized by the absence of a well-defined plan or strategy. For instance, a trader might impulsively invest a significant portion of their capital in a single trade, driven more by chance than informed decision-making. Another example could be a trader consistently relying on speculative news without conducting thorough research, essentially treating the market as a game of chance rather than a platform for strategic and informed trading.

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  1. All-or-Nothing Trading Style:

In the dynamic landscape of trading, the practice of trade stacking reveals a risky “all-or-nothing” strategy. It involves consecutively opening a substantial number of positions on a single financial instrument. Take, for instance, a trader motivated by the allure of quick gains who engages in the consecutive opening of multiple positions on the same currency pair. In this scenario, market conditions are often overlooked, and the trader neglects to implement effective risk management strategies. This approach, marked by impulsiveness and a lack of comprehensive risk assessment, puts a significant portion of the trader’s account at stake with each successive trade.

It’s crucial to note that trade stacking becomes problematic when the accumulated risk to the account approaches or exceeds 25% of the allowed daily drawdown. This heightened level of risk poses challenges to maintaining a balanced and responsible trading strategy.

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  1. Group Hedging:

Within the trading realm, group hedging represents a prohibited strategy involving the simultaneous trading of opposite positions on the platform. This collaboration occurs when two traders coordinate efforts to exploit the platform by taking opposite positions on the same currency pair simultaneously. In this scenario, while one trader opts for a long position, the other strategically chooses a short position, resulting in a net-zero position on the platform. Although this may initially seem like a neutral stance, it undermines the principles of fair and transparent trading. Such group hedging strategies are strictly prohibited, as they pose a threat to the integrity of the trading environment.

  1. Overleveraging:

Overleveraging emerges as a concerning practice marked by surpassing prudent levels of leverage. This occurs when a trader employs excessive leverage in relation to their account’s daily drawdown, amplifying the stakes for potential gains and losses. For instance, a trader might utilize a level of leverage that, if the market moves unfavorably, could breach our drawdown limit. This violation poses a considerable risk to both the trader and the overall stability of the trading environment. Overleveraging becomes particularly problematic when the accumulated risk to the account approaches or exceeds 25% of the allowed daily drawdown, underscoring the importance of sound risk management practices.

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Consequences for Challenge Accounts:

Upon passing Tier 2, challenge accounts will undergo a manual review for violations of any policies. If a violation is found:

  • First Violation: Retry the Tier(s) affected by the violation alongside a warning.
  • Second Violation: Retry the Tier(s) affected by the violation alongside a final warning.
  • Third Violation: The challenge will be deemed as failed, and the trader will no longer be eligible for the respective funded account associated with that challenge.

Repeated violations could lead to a possible ban from the platform. Note that upon receiving your retry account you will only be required to make the amount that was found in violation for the respective Tier. If the violation amount exceeds the profit target then you would be required to achieve the profit target for the respective Tier.

Consequences for Funded Accounts:

Upon payout request, a review will be conducted, and any trade(s) found in violation that resulted in a profit will be deducted.

  • First Violation: White Card (Soft warning issued along with possible reduced/rejected payout.)
  • Second Violation: Yellow Card (Warning issued, delayed payout, review of all active accounts within the last 30 days, reduced/rejected payout.)
  • Third Violation: Orange Card (Warning issued, delayed payout, review of all active accounts within the last 60 days, reduced/rejected payout, trading suspension of 20 business days.)
  • Fourth Violation: Red Card (Final warning issued, forfeiture of any simulated profit generated, and immediate breach of all violated accounts.)
  • Fifth Violation: Black Card (Ban from the platform.)

Please note that funded accounts in violation will only be breached upon the fourth violation.

Additional Measures:

Economic Events Restriction:

  • From the 3rd strike onward, traders cannot trade economic events on affected funded accounts.

Strike Removal Condition:

  • To have a strike wiped off, a trader must complete the penalty box’s entire duration without another violation. Regardless if the violated account becomes breached.

Escalation of Strikes:

  • Violating a separate, unrelated rule can lead to the progression of strikes, regardless of the initial violation.

Payout Rejection or Reduction:

  • The firm reserves the right to reject a payout in its entirety or reduce the payout amount depending on the severity of the violations.

It is crucial to acknowledge that the examples outlined above serve an illustrative purpose, aiming to elucidate general concepts related to each violation. This list is not exhaustive, and the scenarios leading to violations can manifest in diverse ways. Traders should understand that risk management policies cover a wide spectrum of behaviors, and adherence to ethical trading practices is paramount. While the provided examples offer guidance on potential violations, they do not circumscribe the scope of actions that may breach risk management guidelines. Traders are strongly advised to meticulously review the specific risk management and strike policy of the trading platform, gaining a comprehensive understanding of acceptable practices and consequences.

Our risk management and strike policy establish a transparent framework dedicated to upholding a responsible trading environment on our platform. We underscore the significance of embracing responsible trading practices for the sustained success of our traders.

Updated: 1st of April 2024
With Effect From: 6th of April 2024