Edge Clear - Minimum Account Size

Minimum Account Size

We typically require $5,000 initial funding for all contracts and $1,500 if you only trade the Micro contracts, however, account size can vary and is dependent on what your objectives are and what markets you plan to trade. Some markets require more capital than others based on margin requirements, and the amount of contracts you intend to trade. If you have the available Risk Capital, we recommend funding with the full Initial Margin per contract for the product you would like to trade.

Please contact one of our brokers and we can assist with any additional questions: https://edgeclear.com/contact-us/

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