Selerity's data to be integrated into trading software.
Selerity has announced that it will incorporate its event-driven data technology into Lime Brokerage's LimeTrader, its multi-asset class trading engine designed for testing algorithmic strategies.
The company's low-latency data will feed in through a direct feed, giving clients access to its macro-economic, company earnings and energy information. The data is presented in machine-readable, actionable formats, designed to be incorporated into high-frequency strategies, tested on LimeTrader and executed through Lime Brokerage.
"Partnering with a complex events processing (CEP) engine and electronic broker will provide our clients with a truly end-to-end solution for event-based algorithmic trading," says Ryan Terpstra, founder and CEO of Selerity. "Combining LimeTrader's powerful analytics platform with Selerity's low-latency event data stream will give investors an edge in the market. The partnership enables traders and developers to now more efficiently test their algorithms, accelerate the timeframe for back-testing and go to market faster with new strategies."
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