Trade Nation

A fresh approach to trading


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Making Trading Worth It

The trading marketplace needs to be improved for the sake of traders like you. That’s why we’re challenging you to help us change it.

Trading is worth it when there’s transparency

The world of trading is full of excitement, thrills and rewards, but unfortunately the marketplace is not as fair as traders deserve it to be. On top of the overly complicated jargon, there’s also a real lack of transparency. This means a trader may not get the best price, may not be provided with a full view of trading quotes, and may not have control over how their order is fulfilled.

Trading companies have long exploited these shortcomings in order to dictate the market at the expense of their traders. We’re on a mission to change this and would love for you to join us.

Fighting for a fairer trading experience

It’s important to take account of the risks involved in trading when leverage is used. But once you understand these, trading opens up a pathway to the fascinating world of financial markets and the economics and patterns that lay behind them.

Joining Trade Nation gives you the opportunity to help make the system fairer for everybody. We are challenging the behaviours we don’t think are right, disrupting the way things have always been done, and fighting for a fairer experience for all traders.

Challenge the markets - and challenge us!

We are committed to providing an open and transparent platform where community, discussion and open dialogue are the top priorities. This means that as well as encouraging you to challenge the markets, we also love to see you challenging us!

Trade Nation is a space where member participation and active debate is always on the agenda. Sharing insights, asking questions and telling stories allows us to learn and grow as a collective. Together, we can transform the trading experience for the better.

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Financial spread trading comes with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. You should consider whether you understand how spread trading works and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.