Summary: Gatsby offers limited education resources, so you may want to read up before heading to the app to trade.
Gatsby is best for traders who are willing to do research online, often with freely available tools and news sources, and then come into Gatsby to enter trades. However, the app’s social aspect is perfect for learning about options trades from others on the go. Just try to avoid taking on risk by entering trades you don’t fully understand.
When getting ready to trade, Gatsby features basic news, alerts, and research details that help you make your final decision when entering your trade.
Summary: With only Level 2 options trading available, Gatsby is best for new options traders and hobbyists.
The fun and friendly Gatsby platform is best for newer traders, social traders, and those looking to earn a little money with an options-trading hobby.
Expert and professional traders will likely find the features and platform at Gatsby limiting compared to fuller featured mobile apps and desktop platforms.
Yes, it is regulated by the SEC and is a member of FINRA and the SIPC.
Gatsby’s parent company is located in Boca Raton, Florida, and is legally based in Delaware.
- How do I deposit in a Gatsby account?
The easiest way to deposit into a Gatsby account is linking to a U.S. bank account for a funds transfer. You can also add funds via bank wire or mailing a check.
- What is the minimum deposit for Gatsby?
Gatsby has a $10 minimum.
- How do I withdraw money from Gatsby?
You can withdraw via ACH (bank transfer), wire, or paper check.
- How do I open an account with Gatsby?
Download the Gatsby app to open an account. You can download it in the Apple or Android app stores.
- Does Gatsby support MetaTrader?