Has Top step Trader ever produced a trader making more than $100,000 in the past 9 years ?

Discussion in 'Prop Firms' started by volente_00, Jan 29, 2019.

  1. TST has been around since 2010. Has anyone on here ever seen verifiable proof that even 1 trader with them has grossed $100,000 or more on a 1099 in the last 9 years ?
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  2. DevBru


    I guess not, if they did they would probably spam the internet with it as a marketing trick.

    Anyway, if i would have made some decent money i would withdrawn everything and open my own account so i no longer need to give away a 20% profit split.
  3. volente_00,

    I do not know the gross of $100,000. I know when I was there for about 6 months, there were traders that was getting funded in the range of $2000 to $20,000 I remember. Most traders there I recall was making weekly/monthly redrawls, not necessarily full redrawls. There was one commodity trader who redrawl about $10,000. There is a website there that post traders accomplishment.
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  4. 1,2 or 3 months is nothing

    I'm looking for verified 1 year performance of $100,000 or more from any trader who ever was with them.
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  5. So how many traders did they claim to back in 2018 ?
  6. volente_00,

    It may be best to call and ask them. I haven't seen anything.
  7. DevBru


  8. %% Good thinking.
    Sounds like a worthwhile school/business - if one wants to work for someone else while learning. They also have an interesting rule, but double check this= because i did not write it down; they dont count a fat finger mistake/ double position size , against you, if one gets out in 10 seconds......................................................................................................:caution::caution:
  9. If that's the truth then that means they had at least 8000 that failed the combine last year. 1.2 mil in revenue isn't too bad for making people pay for sim.
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  10. %% Most would;
    unless loyalty trumps profits/expences, some times it does.
    #10     Feb 4, 2019