Funded Forex offers its users the possibility of highly flexible trading strategies, however, there are some strategies that we prohibit for legal purposes as well as for the safety of our users.

Engaging in these prohibited trading strategies will result in the immediate suspension of your Funded Forex account.

 Some examples of strategies that go against our rules:

Grid Trading: 

Placing inverse buy and sell orders of the same instrument for the exact or similar risk can lead to market manipulation, over-leveraging, market instability, and potential risk-free profit. Funded Forex does not allow the use of grid trading. 

Account Sharing or Account Sale: 

Traders are prohibited from sharing or re-selling funded accounts. Such actions will lead to an immediate account breach and a ban from our services. 

Martingale Trading: 

Increasing the investment size after each loss with the expectation that a winning trade will recoup all previous losses is considered gambling and extremely risky. Funded Forex does not permit Martingale trading. 

High-Frequency Trading (HFT): 

Using advanced computer algorithms and high-speed telecommunications networks to execute large numbers of trades in fractions of a second can lead to market manipulation, unfair advantages, and market instability. Funded Forex prohibits the HFT usage on a real Funded Account.

Please note: Only 1 account can use HFT in Phase 1 to Pass. This is a one-time thing that can be done for 1 single Funded Account. All others attempted by the same user with HFT in Phase 1 beyond the first Funded Account will not be Funded. This includes future attempts if a Funded Account is breached already by the same user. 

Trading in US-Sanctioned Countries:

Traders are restricted from logging in and raising orders in OFAC-sanctioned countries. 

Collusion Between Users: 

Trading in the same direction on the same asset across multiple accounts is considered market manipulation and strictly prohibited. 

Hedging or Group Hedging Across Multiple Accounts: 

Trading in opposite directions on the same asset across multiple accounts in an attempt to profit from the price movements of an asset without having to take on significant market risk is not permitted at Funded Forex. 

Use of a Delayed Data Feed:

Using a data feed that has a delay or lags in the delivery of market data is considered unethical and not in compliance with real market trading. Funded Forex prohibits this practice. 

Trading on Delayed Charts: 

Using charts or other graphical representations of market data that have a delay or lag in their updates is also considered unethical and goes against the real market trading. Funded Forex does not permit this practice. 

Use of Guarantee of Compliance with Limit Orders: 

Using a guarantee of compliance with limit orders, including take profit and stop loss, and manipulating the market is not permitted at Funded Forex.