Stratton Markets was officially launched Monday, November 5th, for customers from 28 EEA countries, and Switzerland. Stratton Markets is operated by F1Markets Ltd, and regulated by CySEC (license 267/15).
Training before Trading – Not just numbers
The trading platform gained a lot of its experience, as well as the understanding of traders’ needs, from F1Markets’ great market knowledge.
Stratton’s own Chief Trading Educator, James Trescothick, is an experienced trader with more than two decades of accomplishments in the financial industry. When it comes to Stratton, he states: “We share the same beliefs, that trading should be personal. And that finances only come after your personal health and that of your family. That’s why the approach we take, is to make our traders feel they matter and they’re not just a number. As well as that, with all the market noise that’s out there, we try and educate our traders in a no-nonsense, gimmicky fashion. Instead, we strive to provide our traders with real education that will really help in developing them into the trader they deserve to be.”
What was built from the core idea that traders matter, has brought to life Stratton Markets – an STP trader-focused brand, that focuses on delivering great quality by offering:
- highly competitive trading conditions, based on traders’ experience;
- a great assortment of CFD assets (commodities, metals, energy assets, currencies and cryptocurrencies, indices and shares);
- Stratton Library – a well-built media centre with eBooks, video tutorials and webinars;
- An online Stratton Trader platform, as well as the well-known MT4, with Android downloadable version;
- Five of the most used European languages – Italian, German, Dutch and English.
Even though Stratton is new, the engine that keeps it going is the desire to provide great support, education and valuable insights for creating the knowledgeable traders of tomorrow. This happens to also be the essence of Stratton’s mission statement, that is carefully focusing on implementing the latest European regulations.
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74-89% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.