The service solves the infobesity problem preventing confident investment decisions, by clearly conveying which instruments are generating the most “buzz”, aggregating news on them and providing concise insight that brings clear meaning. Following a comprehensive beta test with investors to ensure a best-in-class experience, TC Market Buzz is now available on the market.
TC Market Buzz marks the first product release from Trading Central’s new innovation unit “TC Labs” which launched publicly early 2019. “Buzz brings long awaited innovation to how investors harness topical research,” explains Jerome Favresse. “It’s an exciting and challenging niche of natural language processing to work in. Because of Trading Central’s globally scaled systems, market analyst team and background in development, we’re confident our solution will meet the needs of today’s investors— helping them know more, while reading less.
What do investors get with Buzz?
Despite the large impact news carries on financial markets, the industry’s news feeds have seen little evolution in the past two decades. The large volume of publications available online with potentially conflicting perspectives and questionable credibility, make searching for the most significant topics in a reliable manner incredibly difficult for today’s investors. This information overload can make it impossible for them to identify suitable trade opportunities, form well educated opinions or optimize the correct timing to buy/sell.
TC Market Buzz acts as a refreshing solution to these problems. Its beautiful, user-friendly interface provides an engaging modernization to the dusty feeds scattered across today’s financial platforms. Its proprietary natural language algorithms crunch and collect the massive amount of professional news articles, social media posts and individual blogs published online every day to provide a concise, accurate view of any given instrument. Users can easily find which stocks are “buzzing” or explore key topics, instruments of interest, regions, or source through the news desk. Its concise analytics such as key topics, news volume, and current price. In an instant, investors gain a reliable view on the crowd’s impact on their investments and can follow the discussion easily.
“Within the past few years, we’ve seen a rising demand for premium research and analytical solutions outside the realm of Technical Analysis,” says Alain Pellier, co-founder and CEO of Trading Central. “TC Market Buzz represents a major step forward into the news analytics space and in complementing our product suite to better serve the decision-making process on financial markets.”
A key goal for TC Market Buzz was to create a beautiful, modern investment news interface that rivalled the experience investors typically see from other industries. “These online experiences drove us to create a product that breaks the mold from what’s typically expected in the financial industry,” explains David Sypher, Vice-President of Product Management at Trading Central. With bold visuals and plenty of interactive opportunities, Buzz makes accessing the information critical to selecting a new position or managing risk in existing positions both simple and fun.”
Staying true to their loyal online brokerage customer-base, the product features the same list of customizable features customers have grown to love:
About Trading Central
Trading Central is a global leader of actionable financial market research. Their award-winning product suite fuses expert research desks with artificial intelligence to provide actionable technical, fundamental, news and economic analysis of global markets. Their innovation division “Trading Central Labs”, managed by trading floor veteran Jerome Favresse, was founded in 2019 with the focus on expanding the firm’s proprietary algorithms, alternative data streams and bold new ways to better support investment decisions in the ever evolving digital space.
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