How a trading strategy turned Sierra Trading Post into a $2.5 billion business
Sierra Trading posts nearly $1 billion in sales a year, and its founder says that growth is now on a trajectory to reach a record $2 billion in 2018.
The Sierra Trading post, which is now the third-largest trading post in the U.S., is a one-stop shop for everything from trading for mutual funds to hedge funds to investment portfolios.
The post also provides investors with access to its stock market, a feature that is becoming a big selling point for investors.
The company, which was founded in 1996, says it offers a range of products, including a full-service trading platform for its investors, an investment-management platform for individual investors, and a brokerage account.
Sierra Trading’s founder, Steve Schmollmann, said the company was founded on a desire to make it easier for small businesses to start trading and grow.
He said the idea for Sierra Trading came from his desire to be able to take a lot of my work and do it better.
When Sierra Trading launched in 1996 as a one stop shop for trading, Schmolls was only 23 years old.
But now the company has grown to more than 2,000 employees and employs hundreds of thousands of people.
Schmollenmann told Wired magazine that it was a lot harder than he expected.
Sierra was a startup.
But when I was doing my PhD at the time, the idea of having a full service trading platform just came into my mind.
He added that his team was a very small group, with just a few hundred people in it at one point.
Sierra is now a multi-billion dollar company.
It was founded by Steve Schollmann and his partner in law, Jim Dennison, and employs about 1,000 people worldwide.
Schollman said he believes Sierra Trading has now surpassed its original goal of reaching a billion dollars in revenue.
“It’s been really cool to see Sierra Trading grow,” Schmolla said.
“We’re still at a very young age, but we’re growing at a really, really fast rate.”
Sierra Trading is one of a number of online trading firms, including Institutional Investor, Trading Capitalist, and Wealthfront.