Traders and market analysts typically use Updata’s library of analytics and trade decision tools to chart and analyze data from multiple vendor sources, and create and back-test trading strategies. But to place trades based on the analytics, users would need to switch to third-party execution systems, says Updata chief executive David Linton.
“In the past, people could put the two platforms side by side and look at one and then trade on the other, but the problem with that was that the price on
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