The Institute of Trading and Portfolio Management contracts Brokerage companies globally to house Institute Traders as a separate entity. This means three things;-
Becoming an Institute Trader FAQ’s
If you have passed your PTM and / or PFTM Video Series Exam(s) you are now eligible but not obligated to Become an Institute Trader. Please Read the Frequently Asked Questions “Becoming an Institute Trader FAQ’s” below; –
Institute Trader Benefits
The Institute of Trading and Portfolio Management contracts Brokerage companies globally to house Institute Traders as an internal separate entity from other Retail Brokerage Accounts they manage. This creates many benefits for Institute Traders versus normal Retail Traders who are not categorised as Institute Traders. Please Read the Frequently Asked Questions “Institute Trader Benefits FAQ’s” below; –
Institute traders hold accounts with the following international brokerages.
Europe & Canada
& Hong Kong.
New Zealand & Rest of World
Once you have completed the Professional Trading Masterclass (PTM) Video Series and / or the Professional FOREX Trading Masterclass (PFTM) Video Series you can apply to become an Institute Trader. To open your account, you will need a minimum of $15,000 or equivalent local currency. The average Institute Trader deposits approximately $28,000 deposit into their trading account as initial margin.
If you wish to open your Trading Account and become an Institute Trader, please fill out the form below. We will check the database to see if you have purchased and completed the exam(s) of either the Professional Trading Masterclass (PTM) Video Series or the Professional FOREX Trading Masterclass (PFTM) Video Series. If everything is in order, we will be in touch with you within a few days to start the process.
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The Institute of Trading and Portfolio Management is not compensated in any way by the commission you pay your Broker. Commissions, fees and other costs associated with investing or trading may vary from broker to broker. You should speak with your chosen broker directly about these costs. Be aware that certain trades that may be profitable for some, may not be profitable for you, after taking into account these costs. You should also be aware that, in certain markets, you may not always be able to buy or sell a position at the prices advertised on the Brokers platform. Thus, you may not be able to take advantage of certain trades that you identify.