UPDATE: The prohibition of trading the same instruments with multiple TTTPerformance accounts is no longer in effect since January 15, 2024. You can find the new trading rules and guidelines by visiting the main article on TTTPerformance Accounts. For more details, you can click on this link What are the trading rules on TTTPerformance Accounts?.
*Direct accounts are excluded from this update.
Trading the Same Instrument on the Same Day
To ensure a smooth and compliant trading experience for our customers, we have established guidelines regarding trading the same instrument among multiple TTTPerformance accounts on the same day. Please carefully review the following guidelines and example scenarios to understand the policy and its implications.
- Copy Trading: You can copy trades between an Evaluation and TTTPerformance accounts and vice versa.
- Prohibition of Same Instrument Trading: It is strictly prohibited to trade the same instrument across multiple TTTPerformance accounts on the same day. The restriction applies to both E-Mini and Micro E-Mini instruments. Each instrument can only be traded by a single TTTPerformance account during a trading day. All TTTPerformance Accounts involved will be deactivated upon violation of this rule.
- Deactivated Account Considerations: If you have multiple TTTPerformance accounts and one becomes deactivated, please note that there is a waiting period of 2 hours before trading the same instrument that was previously traded on the deactivated account. This waiting period ensures proper tracking and prevents any potential misuse.
Let's consider the following scenario to illustrate the guidelines:
You have two (2) TTTPerformance accounts: TTTPA #1 and TTTPA #2.
Suppose you execute a trade on E-Mini NASDAQ (NQ) using TTTPA #1. In that case, it is important to trade a different instrument on TTTPA #2 within the same day.
For example, TTTPA #2 cannot execute trades on NASDAQ (NQ) and its underlying instrument or Micro E-Mini: MNQ. This adherence to the policy ensures compliance and the smooth operation of both accounts.
If you trade E-Mini NASDAQ (NQ) on TTTPA #1, choose an alternative instrument, such as ES/MES, YM/MYM, CL/MCL, etc., to trade on TTTPA #2. By diversifying the instruments traded across your accounts, you can fully utilize both accounts without risking deactivation due to policy violations.
We emphasize the importance of following these guidelines to maintain fairness, transparency, and optimal trading conditions for all our customers.