TradeStation partners with Unusual Whales to enhance experience for retail traders

Rick Steves

Online brokerage TradeStation Securities has integrated with Unusual Whales to provide traders with access to innovative options trading tools.

TradeStation Securities, Inc. has unveiled a significant collaboration with Unusual Whales, an acclaimed platform offering option flow insights and information.

Through this partnership, the self-clearing online brokerage specialized in stocks, ETFs, options, and futures, will become the first major U.S. multi-asset class broker-dealer to integrate with Unusual Whales.

Assisting retail traders in deciphering the movement of funds within options trades

Established in 2020, Unusual Whales caters to retail traders seeking enhanced tools to navigate the options and equities markets. The platform specializes in delivering real-time data and tracking of completed options trades on prominent U.S. exchanges.

Unusual Whales’ data feeds are meticulously designed to assist retail traders in deciphering the movement of funds within options trades, empowering them to make informed decisions.

John Bartleman, President and CEO of TradeStation Group, Inc., the parent company of TradeStation Securities, stated, “TradeStation strives to make the markets more accessible and transparent for retail traders through expanded integration capabilities of our API solution with new and innovative trading features. By collaborating with Unusual Whales, we are expanding the tools available to support our goal of providing traders the ultimate trading experience.”

TradeStation Group, Inc., offers a range of trading and analysis platforms that have garnered awards, along with self-clearing online brokerage services spanning various financial instruments, from stocks and ETFs to equity and index options, futures, futures options, and digital assets.

TradeStation Securities, Inc., a subsidiary of TradeStation Group, Inc., holds memberships with major equities and futures exchanges in the United States, including NYSE, FINRA, SIPC, NSCC, DTC, OCC, NFA, and CME.

TradeStation re-launched IPO marketplace for qualified retail investors

TradeStation Securities has recently announced it is supporting the re-launch of ClickIPO’s IPO marketplace for qualified retail investors.

The self-clearing online brokerage for trading stocks, ETFs, options, and futures will help ClickIPO to democratize access to initial public, and related, offerings for qualified retail investors.

ClickIPO’s platform is available to qualified TradeStation Securities clients, allowing them to access ClickIPO’s marketplace of initial public offerings, secondary offerings, and follow-on offerings.

TradeStation Securities, in conjunction with ClickIPO, has made available to qualified retail clients more than 350 Public Offerings and has created a path for those clients to participate in Public Offerings using the ClickIPO App by connecting their TradeStation Securities accounts within the app.

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