Market Research Service qbeats Launched on TradeStation's App Store

The app functions as Freemium - TradeStation clients can access some content for free but purchase premium articles on a

Content monetization company qbeats has now joined TradeStation’s app store with a new streaming research and news service. The app offers traders analysis for futures, forex, equities and other markets from companies that want to monetize their publications including Moody’s, Informa Global Markets, the American Petroleum Institute and more.

The service works on the basis of what is known as the Freemium model, wherein TradeStation clients can access some content for free but purchase unbundled premium articles on a pay-per-view basis. The firm says this is a much more economical way to access premium news content than subscribing to several premium news sources.

The American brokerage TradeStation is part of the Japanese Monex Group, and one of the last remaining forex brokers in the retail U.S market. Its app stores offer more than 800 indicators, strategies and similar services. With qbeats, users can search for the content they want or directly connect by symbol linking from other TradeStation apps like RadarScreen, the Matrix, or Charting.

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“Like all traders, TradeStation clients want easier access to premium research and faster delivery of news they can act on,” said Salomon Sredni, CEO of TradeStation Group, Inc. and COO of Monex Group, Inc. “Our clients can now make more knowledgeable trades with this new TradingApp, and we’re pleased to be the first online broker with the trading technology to do so with qbeats.”

“It’s a perfect match,” said qbeats Co-founder and CFO Anna Rodriguez. “Our ground-breaking information valuation, delivery and payment solution, combined with TradeStation’s innovative technology, provides traders with easy, affordable access to premium financial research, news and exclusive content.”

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