A Detroit fintech and an online brokerage platform based in Chicago are partnering to provide what they call “state-of-the-art opportunities to trades on the U.S. stock market in a safe and reliable way.”
Detroit financial news vendor Benzinga is working with Stake to provide the platform’s global customer base with market data in the form of U.S. Analyst Ratings Integration. This technology will help its users to keep a pulse on what the top financial analysts are saying about companies on the market.
“Stake’s platform is another excellent resource for traders and investors around the world to easily access the opportunities of the U.S. stock market,” says Luke Jacobi, an editor at Benzinga. “We are proud to contribute to their excellent product by providing them with top U.S. analyst ratings.”
Joel Larish, chief product officer at Stake, says, “We’re hugely excited to bring even greater sophistication to our customers. We stand for better access to opportunity and this sort of depth builds on that. It’s been a wonderful partnership with Benzinga so far, and one we look forward to continuing.”
Benzinga also says it will partner with AlgoAlly, an online platform that provides financial market news, data, and tools to traders looking to get ahead of the markets.
Benzinga will provide the company with its newsfeed API, providing quick, actionable headlines and articles as they’re published.
“AlgoAlly and Benzinga have both been helping people get ahead of the markets for years,” says Jacobi. “We are excited to work together with them on furthering this mission.”