PHOENIX, Aug. 08, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- QuoteMedia, Inc. (OTCQB:QMCI), a leading provider of market data and cloud-based applications, announced that StocksToTrade Inc. has contracted QuoteMedia to provide market data feed services to power the highly customized StocksToTrade platform.
StocksToTrade is a real-time market and stock scanner, along with charts, Level 2 and fundamentals/breaking news/SEC filings all in one research package made by traders, explicitly for traders. StocksToTrade has quickly become one of the most sought-after trading tools available, providing service to traders and investors around the world, and soon to be announcing broker integration as well as paper trading capabilities.
"QuoteMedia is very pleased that StocksToTrade has chosen our data feed solutions to power their application,” said Dave Shworan, CEO of QuoteMedia Ltd. "Their decision to partner with QuoteMedia, particularly for a service that is so reliant on data timeliness and accuracy, is a very gratifying endorsement of the quality of our data feed products."
“Not only was QuoteMedia able to provide the high quality, low latency market data we were looking for, with the delivery technologies we needed,” said Timothy Sykes, a key investor in StocksToTrade, “their customer service has been absolutely outstanding. We couldn’t be happier with our relationship with QuoteMedia.”
QuoteMedia is a leading software developer and cloud-based syndicator of financial market information and streaming financial data solutions to media, corporations, online brokerages, and financial services companies. The Company licenses interactive stock research tools such as streaming real-time quotes, market research, news, charting, option chains, filings, corporate financials, insider reports, market indices, portfolio management systems, and data feeds. QuoteMedia provides data and services for companies such as the NASDAQ Stock Exchange, TMX Group (TSX Stock Exchange), Dow Jones & Company, FIS, U.S. Bank, Broadridge Financial Systems, Ridge Clearing, JP Morgan, CIBC, JitneyTrade, Southwest Securities, HD Vest, Intrinsic Research Systems, ING Investment Management, Stockhouse, Zacks Investment Research, General Electric, Dow Chemical, Boeing, Bombardier, Business Wire, PR Newswire, Marketwired, FolioFN, Regal Securities, ChoiceTrade, Qtrade Financial, Mackie Research Capital, CNW Group, Schaeffer's Investment Research, Brean Capital, TradeKing, Suncor, Virtual Brokers, Equities.com, Leede Jones Gable, Divy Inc., Motif Investing, First Financial, Stock-Trak and others. Quotestream®, QModTM and Quotestream ConnectTM are trademarks of QuoteMedia. For more information, please visit: www.quotemedia.com.
StocksToTrade (STT) is a highly customized trading software that was developed with the support and guidance of successful day traders. StocksToTrade (STT) provides built-in stock scanners and screeners and was developed by traders for traders. STT provides real-time market data including Level 2 quotes, dynamic charts and company fundamentals in addition to streaming breaking news and SEC filings as they happen. StocksToTrade provides all of the actionable information that successful traders require in order to engage in profitable trades and delivers it in a fast and reliable way, thus enabling anyone trading in the stock market to be informed and highly efficient.
One of the most well-known investors in StocksToTrade, is day trader Timothy Sykes. Sykes has been trading for nearly 20 years and blasted his way to day trader stardom after transforming roughly $12,500 into well over $1 million dollars, all while still attending college. Those trading profits now exceed $4 million dollars. “I believe STT has revolutionized the way traders find the hottest stocks to trade and transforms complicated data into easy to understand and actionable information. Being able to work closely with developers to create a trading tool that works for seasoned traders like myself, as well as someone just getting into the market was the primary motivation for investing in the StocksToTrade platform,” said Timothy Sykes.