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Am I trading real funds?
Am I trading real funds?
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After a client becomes a Simulated Funded Trader, they will be provided with a demo account with virtual funds.

To ensure clarity, it's important to understand that a Simulated Funded Account is a completely simulated account featuring real market quotes sourced from liquidity providers.

The trading information is then relayed to a collaborating proprietary trading firm. This firm independently decides whether to replicate the trades, consolidating them into aggregated orders and applying their proprietary risk management methods.

At no point does a client with Lark Funding ever have access to live trading capital. All accounts provided in all phases are demo accounts.

Please note: Simulated or hypothetical performance results come with specific limitations. These results, unlike a genuine performance record, do not reflect real trading activity. Additionally, as these trades were not executed in reality, the outcomes may have over or under-compensated for any potential influence of market factors, such as limited liquidity. Simulated trading programs, as a rule, are created with the advantage of hindsight. It's important to clarify that we make no representation that any account will or is likely to achieve gains or losses similar to those depicted. This information is provided in accordance with CFTC Rule 4.41.

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