Small Exchange CEO Donnie Roberts Excited by First Year of Trading

Small Exchange CEO Donnie Roberts Excited by First Year of Trading, Reports John Lothian News

May 18, 2021

By John Lothian News

"The Small Exchange did not get started when CEO Donnie Roberts wanted it to in 2020. Just as it was finally given regulatory approval, the pandemic hit in March of 2020. The exchange didn’t start until June 1st and when it did, the initial focus was on making sure all the systems worked properly..." reports John Lothian News.

John Lothian News continues "Roberts knows the Small Exchange is fighting an uphill battle against bigger exchanges that embraced small- or micro-sized contracts while the Small Exchange struggled to get approved. But that chip on the shoulder gives the Small Exchange a revolutionary outlook and is paying off with its subscription offering".

The Small Exchange is making futures markets more accessible to more people with small, standard, and simple products that combine the best of futures and stocks.

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