Since I keep getting asked who is a better choice, I'll give some clues:

They give you one whole year to make 6% on a 5k real account.

Then, if you manage that, they give you 20K and I think you will have another year to make 10%

Then they double that every time you make 10% up to 2 million.

If you really think about it, you have to make a total of 76% to be given 2 million to trade.

6% =20K

10% =40K

10% = 80K

10% =160K

10% =320K

10% =640K

10% =1,280K

10% =2 million

Total 76% gain.

1% per week=76 weeks/52= approximately 1.5 years from 0 to 2 mil.

Let's see who gets to 2 mil first.

No need to make 1% per week. .5% or 2% per month will get you there too but in 3 years.

Will a university degree averaging 4 years and at least 100K in cost, put 2 million in your hands to play with for your first job?

They give you one whole year to make 6% on a 5k real account.

Then, if you manage that, they give you 20K and I think you will have another year to make 10%

Then they double that every time you make 10% up to 2 million.

If you really think about it, you have to make a total of 76% to be given 2 million to trade.

6% =20K

10% =40K

10% = 80K

10% =160K

10% =320K

10% =640K

10% =1,280K

10% =2 million

Total 76% gain.

1% per week=76 weeks/52= approximately 1.5 years from 0 to 2 mil.

Let's see who gets to 2 mil first.

No need to make 1% per week. .5% or 2% per month will get you there too but in 3 years.

Will a university degree averaging 4 years and at least 100K in cost, put 2 million in your hands to play with for your first job?

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