Tradovate, an online brokerage firm for active, self-directed futures traders, which as reported by Finance Magnates, opened for business in April, has today announced the launch of its first third-party integration in a partnership with Jigsaw Trading.
As a result of the deal, Jigsaw Trading will make available its order flow analysis tools to Tradovate clients, while Jigsaw users will have the opportunity to benefit from Tradovate’s commission-free structure and cloud-based trading platform.
The agreement marks the first time traders can access third-party trading and analysis tools on Tradovate and the first time Jigsaw’s software is bundled with the installation of a platform, eliminating the need for its users to undergo their own installation process.
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Simplified Order Flow Information
Jigsaw’s software tools are designed to present order flow information in an intuitive, easy-to-absorb format, with a first of its kind approach to depth-of-market (DOM) visibility in current and historical contexts.
Tradovate is the first futures brokerage firm to offer unlimited commission-free trading for a flat price.
Commenting on the partnership, Tradovate Founder and CEO Rick Tomsic said, “We welcome the opportunity to provide our brokerage services and platform to Jigsaw’s loyal customer base. We’ve received great feedback on our offering since we launched, and we’re confident that Jigsaw’s customers will enjoy using our technology and experiencing what it’s like to take commissions out of the equation.”
Tradovate is the first futures brokerage firm to offer unlimited commission-free trading for a flat price rather than the industry-standard commission structure. Its cloud-based platform powers futures trading from anywhere and any device with no platform licensing, order routing or mobile app fees.
Jigsaw Trading CEO Peter Davies added, “We’re truly pleased to introduce our products to Tradovate clients and to facilitate our customers’ exposure to the firm’s services and platform. This is the first time a platform provider has done most of the integration work for us, which has made this process go very smoothly. We also share a common vision and history of working successfully with several of Tradovate’s leaders.”