Monthly Payouts: Levels 1 & 2: As a Portfolio Manager/Direct Funded, you can request withdrawals Monthly during the last 5 days of each calendar month.
Weekly Payouts: From Level 3 and up as a Portfolio Manager/Direct Funded, you can request withdrawals Weekly every Friday.
As a Portfolio Manager, you are eligible for a 70% profit share on PM levels 1 and 2, and then you can choose to withdraw a 90% profit share or 70% profit share once you are on PM level 3 or above.
On the PM Levels 3 and up, you must decide which route to follow:
Receive a 90% Profit Share and stay on the same PM level.
This option would be great if you are looking to build more buffer into your account as you continue making a profit. This option will help you have more room for extra drawdown while withdrawing a greater portion of the profit share.
Receive a 70% Profit Share and scale up to the next level.
This option would be great if you prefer doubling your account so you can manage a larger capital.
You can always switch between Route 1 and 2 so that if you choose Route 1, you don't have to always stay on Route 1.
For example, if you chose Route 1 and then at a later date, you decide to follow Route 2, so you can scale up your account.
You can do so at any time you choose. However, any profit share must be adjusted accordingly to reflect the Route you chose to follow.
If the Portfolio Manager is on the $70,000 funded account. They will have a profit target of $7,000 (10%) in total.
If, in a given month, the PM70 makes a profit of $4,200 (6%), bringing the account balance to $74,200, the PM70 will have three choices:
However, after withdrawal, the PM will only have to make the remaining $2,800 (4%) to complete the Profit Target objective, which is $7,000 in total profit made.
So, CTI will not penalise the PM for withdrawing as they gradually profit.
If the PM requests a $2,940 profit share withdrawal ($4,200 x 70%). CTI will also withdraw its $1,260 Profit Share ($4,200 x 30%) from the funded account. Thus, the account balance will drop back to $70,000, and the trader’s Stop Out level will remain at $66,500.