TradeStation Securities taps CQG for options trading

abdelaziz Fathi

CQG, a provider of technology for integrating market data, technical analysis and trade routing, has joined forces with Monex Group’s US subsidiary, TradeStation Securities.

The collaboration is set to enhance the trading experience for TradeStation Securities clients by offering advanced futures and equities trading capabilities.

TradeStation Securities clients now have access to CQG’s platform, which provides diverse multi-asset trading options covering futures and equities. This integration, accessible through CQG’s Integrated Client platform, is said to improve the overall client experience at TradeStation Securities.

Through this collaboration, clients can use CQG’s specialized tools like its auto spreader and aggregation capabilities. This partnership offers benefits not only to TradeStation Securities’ customers but also extends access to its market analysis tools and pricing structures for market analysis and trade execution to new and existing CQG users.

CQG, established in 1980, provides Direct Market Access to over 45 exchanges globally, spanning the United States, Europe, and Asia. Its platform integrates trade routing, global market data, and technical analysis tools. Partnering with Futures Commission Merchant (FCM) environments, CQG ensures clients have access to various trading and risk management options.

“Our work with CQG’s Integrated Client platform is another step in our mission to deliver the ultimate trading experience with tools for TradeStation Securities and CQG clients alike,” said John Bartleman, President and Chief Executive Officer of TradeStation Securities’ parent company, TradeStation Group, Inc. “With CQG, individual investors can access a new set of advanced tools to help them chart their own destiny in the financial world.”

“TradeStation Securities has the community and expansive tools designed to be adaptive and resilient over rapidly evolving market conditions,” added Alli Brennan, CQG Managing Director, Head of the Americas & EMEA. “Our collaboration with TradeStation Securities offers clients seamless access to futures and equities from one relationship and a single screen configuration. This represents the latest expansion of our multi-asset, multi-broker offering that enhances our clients’ trading experience.”

CQG One caters mainly to professional traders and institutional investors, acting as a multi-asset, multi-broker platform that offers a comprehensive set of pre-built algorithmic order types.

CQG’s network of electronic trading gateways provides traders with market data, graphical analysis and low-latency trading access to a global network of futures and options exchanges as well as fixed income and foreign exchange markets. The institutional-oriented brokerage group says it is offering a significant destination for customers who want to capitalize on diverse global markets.

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