Insights of a young trader

“The number 1 piece of advice I would like to give to a new trader is to invest in education first.”

Meet Talha Qadeer, a Funded Trader with Funding Frontier. Discover how Talha and other traders secured funding and gain insights and tips for a successful trading journey.

Please introduce yourself: Who you are, your age, where you are from and what you do for a living?

Hi, my name is Talha. I am 18 years old. I live in Pakistan, and I am currently a college student and a part-time trader.

What is your trading routine?
I currently trade during the London session and the New York session. I start my day by analyzing market conditions and identifying potential trade setups.

What are your goals with funded trading?
My primary goal for 2024 is to secure as many funded accounts as I can.

Do you have a trading plan in place, and do you strictly follow it? Please elaborate
Yes, I have a trading plan. My trading plan mostly aligns with Raja Banks’s trading plan. I try my best to follow the plan, but sometimes when I’m at a loss, I tend to overtrade. But I immediately stop as there is a chance of overleveraging and losing my funded account. This is one of the things I love about funding companies is that I can’t overleverage as much, as there is a high chance of losing the account.

What was the most challenging obstacle in your trading journey?
To be honest, my trading journey wasn’t that hard as my older brother is a full-time trader. But the only problem I faced was that I would start overtrading and overleveraging my account if I had 2 or 3 losses in a row.

What did you find easier, the FUNDING FRONTIER Challenge or the Verification phase? Share your thoughts:
Both the Funding Frontier challenge and the verification phases were equally as difficult as there was not much difference in the profit target for both.

How would you rate your experience with FUNDING FRONTIER?
I would rate my experience with Funding Frontier a 10/10 as there was no problem with anything. Whenever I passed an account, I was immediately given the credentials for the new account. And their support was available 24/7.

What advice would you give to other traders attempting the FUNDING FRONTIER Challenge?
The advice I would give to people attempting a funding challenge is to have a good risk management plan. As that is the only way you will be able to survive a funding challenge.

Do you plan to take another FUNDING FRONTIER Challenge to manage even bigger capital?Yes, I am planning to take on another funded challenge very soon.

Describe your best trade.
I haven’t had an exceptional trade as I am still in the learning stage, so I mostly take profits at 10 to 20 pips.

What is the number one piece of advice you would give to a new trader?
The number 1 piece of advice I would like to give to a new trader is to invest in education first. Then be profitable for at least 3 months on a paper account as that is the only way to ensure that you will be profitable in a real account.

How did you first hear about FUNDING FRONTIER?
I have been following Kashif Beigh for a long time. When he launched Funding Frontier, I got to know about it through his social media.

Can you describe your risk management plan?
I risk about 0.5% per trade and try to take only 1-2 trades a day.

In closing, we extend our sincere gratitude to Talha for sharing his valuable insights and experiences as a Funded Trader with Funding Frontier.

We appreciate his candid responses and wish him continued success as he works toward his ambitious funding goals.

To all our viewers and traders, we hope you found this interview informative and insightful.

If you have any further questions or wish to explore funded trading opportunities with us, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Thank you for being a part of our trading journey.

Stay tuned for more interviews and trading tips from Funding Frontier. Wishing you all profitable trades and a prosperous trading journey ahead!