OTAS Partners with ExtractAlpha on Trading Analytics10.03.2016
OTAS Technologies (OTAS), a specialist provider of market analytics and trader intelligence, today announced it has partnered with ExtractAlpha the independent fintech research firm to provide unique, actionable trading factor analytics. The content will be available to buy-side and sell-side clients including quants and asset managers.
ExtractAlpha’s Tactical Model is now available within OTAS Core Summary allowing clients to benefit from rigorous quantitative analysis built for alpha generation and superior trade timing. ExtractAlpha’s quantitative models are designed for institutional investors to gain a measurable edge over their competitors, optimize trade entry and exit points, and avoid crowded trades. Currently ExtractAlpha has three stock selection models for U.S. equities, with further models and global coverage to follow.
“We partnered with OTAS as together both companies can provide a unique offering of trading analytics to the market that isn’t available through any other company. OTAS’ data sets are extremely valuable and will help our investors profit from this exclusive source of information,” said Vinesh Jha, CEO of ExtractAlpha. “With the proliferation of new data sets available today, forward thinking managers will now have an opportunity to be ahead of the game.”
“OTAS is proud to be working with ExtractAlpha, adding to the growing list of integration partners we are already working with,” said Tom Doris, CEO of OTAS Technologies. “OTAS is continually looking to extend our list of strategic partners, ensuring clients are armed with the tools they need to be as successful in their trading decisions as possible. With this integration, clients will now be able to take advantage of this unique analysis allowing them to make trading decisions in a quick and efficient manner.”
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