TradeStation Securities and CQG Join Forces to Bolster Multi-Asset Trading

by Jared Kirui
  • This collaboration integrates CQG's trading tools into TradeStation's platform.
  • CQG offers direct market access across global exchanges.
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TradeStation Securities has partnered with CQG, a technology solutions provider for traders and brokers. This integration marks a significant step in multi-asset trading, offering investors an advanced set of tools to seamlessly navigate the financial markets, the online brokerage platform mentioned.

John Bartleman, the President and Chief Executive Officer of TradeStation Group, mentioned: “Our work with CQG’s Integrated Client platform is another step in our mission to deliver the ultimate trading experience with tools for TradeStation Securities and CQG clients alike.”

“With CQG, individual investors can access a new set of advanced tools to help them chart their own destiny in the financial world.”

Empowering Investors with Multi-Asset Capabilities

The integration paves the way for TradeStation Securities' clients to leverage CQG's specialized tools, including the auto spreader and aggregation capabilities. This capability enhances traders' analytical prowess and trade execution efficiency, the online brokerage firm explained.

Founded in 1980, CQG provides direct market access across numerous global exchanges. Its platform integrates trade routing, market data, and technical analysis tools, enhancing traders' capabilities within Futures Commission Merchant environments.

Last year, TradeStation Group partnered with Plaid, a data network for the digital financial ecosystem. This collaboration marked a pivotal advancement for TradeStation, amplifying the security and efficiency of its client account connectivity while streamlining the funding process for traders and investors.

Strengthening Financial Linkages

By leveraging Plaid's API technology, TradeStation users can link their primary financial institution accounts within the TradeStation platform. Bartleman highlighted the substantial advantages, citing Plaid's expanded financial institution coverage, faster response times, and notably higher funds transfer success rates.

Recently, CQG announced that a group of senior executives was set to acquire the company, marking a pivotal shift in its ownership. Following these changes, Ryan Moroney stepped in as the new CEO. He succeeded the company's long-standing Founder, Tim Mather.

This transfer of ownership marked the end of an era as Mather, who has been at the forefront of CQG's journey for over four decades, passed the reins to Moroney. As the incoming CEO, he emphasized a strategic plan that prioritizes the company's stability while serving the best interests of all stakeholders, including customers and employees.

TradeStation Securities has partnered with CQG, a technology solutions provider for traders and brokers. This integration marks a significant step in multi-asset trading, offering investors an advanced set of tools to seamlessly navigate the financial markets, the online brokerage platform mentioned.

John Bartleman, the President and Chief Executive Officer of TradeStation Group, mentioned: “Our work with CQG’s Integrated Client platform is another step in our mission to deliver the ultimate trading experience with tools for TradeStation Securities and CQG clients alike.”

“With CQG, individual investors can access a new set of advanced tools to help them chart their own destiny in the financial world.”

Empowering Investors with Multi-Asset Capabilities

The integration paves the way for TradeStation Securities' clients to leverage CQG's specialized tools, including the auto spreader and aggregation capabilities. This capability enhances traders' analytical prowess and trade execution efficiency, the online brokerage firm explained.

Founded in 1980, CQG provides direct market access across numerous global exchanges. Its platform integrates trade routing, market data, and technical analysis tools, enhancing traders' capabilities within Futures Commission Merchant environments.

Last year, TradeStation Group partnered with Plaid, a data network for the digital financial ecosystem. This collaboration marked a pivotal advancement for TradeStation, amplifying the security and efficiency of its client account connectivity while streamlining the funding process for traders and investors.

Strengthening Financial Linkages

By leveraging Plaid's API technology, TradeStation users can link their primary financial institution accounts within the TradeStation platform. Bartleman highlighted the substantial advantages, citing Plaid's expanded financial institution coverage, faster response times, and notably higher funds transfer success rates.

Recently, CQG announced that a group of senior executives was set to acquire the company, marking a pivotal shift in its ownership. Following these changes, Ryan Moroney stepped in as the new CEO. He succeeded the company's long-standing Founder, Tim Mather.

This transfer of ownership marked the end of an era as Mather, who has been at the forefront of CQG's journey for over four decades, passed the reins to Moroney. As the incoming CEO, he emphasized a strategic plan that prioritizes the company's stability while serving the best interests of all stakeholders, including customers and employees.

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