Moomoo celebrates Financial Literacy Month at Nasdaq

Rick Steves

“Aligning this event with Financial Literacy Month underscores our joint commitment to promoting financial education and empowering investors. Moomoo’s success could not have been achieved without the support and trust of our business partners and collaborators.”

Moomoo continues to cozy up with Nasdaq, having recently concluded an exclusive event hosted at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square, bringing together business partners, experts, and influencers from the US, Canada, Australia, Japan, Singapore, and Malaysia.

The event aimed to celebrate financial education and empowerment during Financial Literacy Month in North America, to inspire smart money management habits and financial literacy improvement.

“Making complex financial data more understandable and accessible”

Justin Zacks, VP of Strategy at moomoo, said: “Our platform is dedicated to making complex financial data more understandable and accessible, a goal which our partners also share. Aligning this event with Financial Literacy Month underscores our joint commitment to promoting financial education and empowering investors. Moomoo’s success could not have been achieved without the support and trust of our business partners and collaborators.”

Moomoo currently operates across seven markets, including the United States, Australia, Singapore, Japan, Canada and Malaysia. Alongside its sister brand, moomoo has amassed 21 million users globally.

In March, Moomoo launched its super app in Malaysia, positioning itself among the first global digital brokerages to receive the Capital Market Services License from the Securities Commission Malaysia. In just six weeks, the broker onboarded over 100,000 clients in Malaysia.

Moomoo offers Nasdaq TotalView

Last month, Moomoo expanded its partnership with Nasdaq to offer a premier data service, Nasdaq TotalView, to its retail users, thus enhancing their experience and trading opportunities.

Nasdaq TotalView is a standard data feed that displays the full order book depth on Nasdaq, which means every single quote and order at every price level in Nasdaq-, NYSE-, NYSE American- and regional-listed securities trading on Nasdaq, including 60-level bid and ask quotes with more than 20x liquidity of level 2.

Now, Nasdaq’s full order book depth can all be seamlessly accessed through the advanced user-friendly trading app, moomoo. Eligible investors can sign up for an exclusive 3-month free trial of Nasdaq TotalView on its platform.

Moomoo and Nasdaq have been partners for six years, ever since the broker-dealer decided to launch its trading app in the United States. Nasdaq played a key role as a technology partner. Wishing to bring pro-level market data to its retail users, Moomoo decided to integrate Nasdaq TotalView.

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