Alright, so I been reviewing the different prop firms available. And there seems to be many options for day traders but only 1 for swing traders? that being earn2trade I am trying to figure out which one has the best value for your $ and time and this is what I think For Day Traders: SpeedUpTrader - 10 days - No scaling Plan - 12 contracts - $3,500 maximum drawdown. -$200 one time (if passed, there is another $100 fee) I really want to see the funded contract tho, I can't believe its not public yet they ask you to commit $200? that is crazy, if someone has it please PM me it Also, for funded SpeedUpTraders, Does your order show up in the live dom? For Swing Traders: Gauntlet -60 days -$2500 drawdown -$25k buying power, (no day trading margins?) -Can swing trade -$349 one time Now buying power wise, Gauntlet is the best as you get $25k buying power for only $349 SpeedUpTrader uses day trading margin which can be found for pretty low, Like $300/lot. So its really like $300 fee for $7100 buying power. As far as topstep and oneup trader. They both have this ridiculous scaling plan which effectively negates their $ to margin ratio. Like if people wanted to scale in, might as well use your own account and start small, Micros are coming so paying over $300/month for these prop firms wont be seen as attractive as you can trade 10 micro lots for that amount and continue to scale($30 per micro lot day trading margin) Dilemma: Its either SpeedUpTrader or Gauntlet(unless someone knows others?) SpeedUpTrader pros 10 days only, Smallest time commitment 1 exchange data is free SpeedUpTrader cons Less buying power than gauntlet more rules(even counter profit rules like you cant let your profits run, it has to be consistent to average days) Unsure on what funded contract terms are? Earn2Trade Gauntlet Pros/cons This one is tricky as they are not specific in their funding offer rules. They could just send you $10k buying power with 60% split and tell you that you can't swing trade. That is like a 1 lot you can get for $300 day trading margin. And you have to pay $420/month for all data or $105/each :/ Spending 60 days on the gauntlet for a gamble like that doesn't seem worth it. Does anyone know any other prop firms that allow swing trading?