Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) March 3, 2006
ElectronicTradingSystems.com product and service offering aggregates and culls this information, to assist all users of electronic trading systems to efficiently allocate their knowledge and resources, based on current and relevant news and information, providing them with the necessary tools to buy, build, and trade all current and new products with scalability, functionality, with best-of-breed electronic screen based trading for its entire CRM and Enterprises. Then, as always, there is regulation. All this is pushing technology further to the fore.
ElectronicTradingSystems.com plans to be the leading Domain Portal and Site that tracks, analyzes, and reports the trends in Global Financial electronic trading systems, platforms, and content for industry users.
The recent glitches affecting the Tokyo Stock Market, spurned the Japanese Government to take immediate and swift action to modernize and overhaul the Tokyo Stock Exchange electronic trading systems. This example is one of many—including the New York Mercantile Exchange—world-wide financial intermediary marketplaces, in the midst of a major upgrade and overhaul to meet the exponential growth in on-line world-wide electronic trading, quick and efficient execution and clearing, and buy and sell side quote and distribution of data service, for the global securities markets and its participants.
With the Chicago Board of Trade recently going public, and the acquisition of the New York Stock Exchange of Archipelago, with its upcoming change to become a public for-profit entity, by lead underwriter Merrill Lynch in an upcoming IPO, the ElectronicTradingSystems.com domain and information product and services portal product and service information service will serve this multi-trillion dollar marketplace, in the midst of a spending spree, technological overhauls, diversification, security and information storage.
“I see the future unfolding toward a doubling of global electronic trading every two years, and an ever increasing investor appetite for new products and enhanced features on old systems, including security,” according to David Schwartz.
“The velocity of money, because there is a lot of it still not invested or if it is, it always searches for a new market or investment, inherently demands the world’s Stock Exchanges and the multitude of product platforms to offer the marketplace users, quicker electronic trading systems, new products for new uses, and more transparent modes of communication across all borders. Open protocols and communication must and will keep trending toward open source. “
“Global securities trading have evidenced a marked growth year by year in increased volume, new and old markets traded, explosion of new financial instruments, information distribution, new system spending, the growth in the IPO of Exchanges, the trend toward meeting storage and security capabilities for regulatory and information archives and the futures market now in the first leg of a long term bull market with its volume of contracts traded skyrocketing necessitates a comprehensive 180 degree review of all systems, products, vendors and technology out there.”
“That will increase the value proposition of ElectronicTradingSystems.com and the branding capabilities that we can offer clients.”
“We have witnessed another revolution, just 5 years ago Exchange Traded Funds, or better known as ETF’s, was only a small marketplace, now it is approaching the trillion dollar level, what does that tell you? Is there a better platform to trade them out there? Should there be?” added ElectronicTradingSystems.com CEO Founder David Schwartz asked.
Dedicated and created to Improving the Global Trading Process by defining, managing, and promoting new technologies and open protocols for real-time, securities trading and electronic communication, between industry participants, for increased speed, functionality, user friendliness, and new financial product integration. Emphasis on existing system upgrades and data storage for record keeping and disaster recovery will be part of ElectronicTradingSystems.com Value Proposition and Intellectual Property.
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Or Contact David Schwartz, CEO, at (310)479-3059
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