Level Trading Field Announces Availability of Flagship Product
BUSINESS WIRE – Chicago – Level Trading Field, LLC, a highly interactive, cloud-based quantitative and analytics technology platform for financial professionals, is announcing the launch of its flagship product, called “Level Trading Field,” the only online portal that enables traders to gain access to real-time market data, up-to-the-minute news, historical charting tools, event-driven analysis, as well as a full library of powerful applications, for free.
“As a group of former traders, we wanted to create a product that can help you trade smarter and more successfully, without paying for costly, high-performance quantitative and analytical tools,” said Lanre Sarumi, CEO of Level Trading Field. “We are working to ‘level the trading field’ in the futures, options and equities markets to provide traders with fast access to market data, professional-grade technology and applications that lead to better trading decisions.”
During its recently completed beta period, Level Trading Field was able to onboard both retail and institutional customers. Each trader with an individual account on the platform has the opportunity to customize the platform to meet their needs, without having to worry about timesharing with other members of their firm.
Level Trading Field is built on HTML5, allowing the tool to be hosted on a dynamic system with a simple and intuitive user interface that resembles a computer desktop. On the back-end, the tool sits on an enterprise-level C++ architecture that is scalable to support an infinite number of users.
Level Trading Field will be performing live demos of the tool at the FIA Futures and Options Expo in Chicago this week at Booth 1105. To sign up for the free tool today, visit Leveltradingfield.com.
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