The one-click SIM

The one-click SIM

Are you a new Investor on C2? Did you know that you can follow any strategy using the C2 Simulated (SIM) account for free? With a SIM account, you can see the strategy's hypothetical performance in real time. You don't see the actual Open Positions without a paid subscription, but, you can see daily P&L and track it at high level. In addition to that, the SIM comes funded with $500,000 play money.

To start your SIM account, go to any strategy page and one-click Simulate This.




Done. A confirmation page will appear showing the following message:



Note: A Simulation subscription to an individual strategy will last for 2 months, and then it will be automatically canceled. 




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