Patsystems plc launches charting functionality in J-Trader front-end

Discussion in 'Trading Software' started by Ares, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. Ares


    What retail broker offer this charting functionality?

    Thank you

    Immediate Release: 24th April 2007

    James Morris, Product Manager, Patsystems plc +44 (0)20 7940 0672
    Jessica Williams, Head of Marketing, Patsystems plc +44 (0)20 7940 0493

    Patsystems plc, the trading solutions provider to the derivatives industry, is pleased to announce the release of charting functionality within their widely-distributed J-Trader front-end. The addition of this sophisticated feature meets customer demand, and addresses issues of valuable trading screen real estate faced by end-users wanting multiple trading tools on one screen.

    The charting tool is easy to use, with multiple, fully-customisable technical indicators and flexible representations including candlesticks, bar charts and Market ProfileTM. In addition, it offers efficient and fast backtesting, customisable data and an intuitive programming language.

    The widely-distributed and market-leading application, Patsystems J-Trader, is simple to deploy, easy to use, and provides all the functionality you would expect of a successful and versatile front-end. It is the ideal all-purpose trading tool, providing traders with access to multiple exchanges from a single screen.

    James Morris, Product Manager, Patsystems, said:
    "This major addition to J-Trader enables us to offer a front-end trading platform with multi-exchange connectivity as well as charting with historical data, providing a single solution suitable for any trader.’

    - ends -

    About Patsystems
    Patsystems delivers tailored solutions, built from modular components, to enhance derivatives trading performance and trade processing. We work in partnership with our customers to deliver robust systems that align with their business strategies. Our solutions can range from a plug-and-play module to address a specific issue, to complete high-performance trading systems with global market access. Patsystems operates from a global network of offices covering all major derivatives trading centres. Our shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM).
  2. Ares


  3. Global Futures offers it.

    Good trading,

  4. Ares


    No, they don't have it

    Not sure if I spoke with the right man, but their answer was NO

    Are you sure about that?

    Thank you
  5. I used J-Trader years ago, but didn't like its performance as a web-based trading application ... Global might be ironing out a few bugs, or they may not have updated their version of the software.

    They have the basic version, so I figured they'd have this one. If not, you should contact Pats directly, as they can tell you who, if anyone is carrying the front-end.

    Good trading,

  6. Baird Trading
    Banca Caboto Spa
    Banca IMI
    Banca Intesa
    Berkeley Futures
    Born Capital LLC
    Calyon Financial Inc
    Calyon Singapore
    Fimat International Banque
    Fimat Singapore
    Fimat USA LLC
    GNI touch Futures
    Harbest Futures Inc
    Kyte Group Ltd.
    Lehman Brothers
    Man Financial Hong Kong
    Man Financial Singapore
    Man Financial UK
    MAREX Financial
    Midas Securities LLC
    Mitsubishi Corp Futures
    Mizuho Securities
    Nihon Unicom
    Nissan Century Securities Co., Ltd.
    Nomura Securities International, Inc.
    OCBC Securities Pte Ltd
    Okachi & Co.
    Okato Shoji Co.
    Ong First Tradition
    Penson GHCO
    Phillip Futures
    Rand Financial
    Rosenthal Collins Group
    SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken)
    STA Limited
    STS (Spike Trading Services)
    TransMarket Group
    United Overseas Bank (UOB)
  7. katesdp


    What do you think your rate would be to trade with it?
  8. Ares


    That list doesn't make sense to me

    Those are banks/brokers that use Pats system technology
    Most of them don't use J Trader, but their data feed

    And my question was concerned about retail brokers