Interactive Brokers adds more research providers to IBKR platform

Maria Nikolova

Interactive Brokers’ research offerings have been expanded via the addition of BCMstrategy, Channelchek, Gordon Haskett, and Naviga.

Electronic trading major Interactive Brokers continues to expand its research offerings. Recently, a number of research providers were added to the IBKR platform.

The list of recent additions includes:

  • BCMstrategy, Inc.

The BCMstrategy, Inc. operates at the frontier of knowledge technology, using 9+ levels of patented analytical process automation to identify global macrotrends in policy trajectories by converting the words of the public policy process into structured data.

  • Channelchek

Channelchek is Noble’s free investor portal that offers independent research, balanced news, advanced market data, webcasts, roadshows, videos, podcasts and more.

  • Gordon Haskett

GHRA’s leading event-driven research team led by Don Bilson generates insights and actionable stock ideas by analyzing and attempting to anticipate strategic events, including M&A, activism, spinoffs, restructurings, and board/management changes.

  • Naviga Inc.

Naviga creates aggregated news topics from thousands of reputable business sources including Pro-feeds, regulatory announcements, rumor wires and web sites.

As FinanceFeeds reported in January 2020, two research providers – TheLeadingEdge and Validea, were added to the IBKR platform.

TheLeadingEdge is a macro and asset allocation research publication that is geared toward the everyday investor. Validea’s Stock Research suite is a web-based investment research tool that analyzes stocks using a series of systematic, fundamentally-oriented investing models that are based on the strategies of Wall Street legends and other demonstrable investing methods.

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