dxFeed, a subsidiary of Devexperts, announced this Tuesday that it has partnered with ATAS, a professional trading and analytical platform, to launch dxFeed ATAS in order to provide order flow analysis for traders.
In particular, dxFeed ATAS will provide volume market profile, order flow, and advanced technical analysis on data from CME Group, CBOT, NYMEX, COMEX, Eurex (DAX, EURO STOXX Futures, etc.), the company said in today’s statement.
The newly-launched service gives private investors the opportunity to use ATAS volume analysis on dxFeed data for the futures market. The platform converts raw exchange data and, according to the statement, intuitively visualizes it.
Commenting on the partnership, Oleg Solodukhin, CEO of dxFeed, said in the statement: “I believe ATAS is a world-class trading platform, and we are thrilled to provide our top-grade data services directly to ATAS users. We worked hard on making access to the market data for private investors as easy as possible.”
ATAS: we are obsessed with data quality
dxFeed provides financial markets information and services to both buy- and sell-side institutions, specifically to online brokerages, traders, data analysts, quants, and portfolio managers. The company’s data will be accessible through the ATAS platform at a “competitive price tag,” the company said, without providing specifics.
“We are obsessed with the data quality, as it is very important for OrderFlow analysis,” added Denis Ivashchenko, CEO of ATAS. “We are glad that our customers all over the world can now use this winning combination of ATAS innovative developments with the high-grade data services from dxFeed.”
The ATAS platform is managed by ATAS Ltd., a software development company. Under the agreement, the platform will have access to dxFeed data bundles, which include Depth of Market data along with Bid/Ask and traded volume information.
Through the platform’s interface, ATAS will be able to provide traders with insight into the behavior of other market participants, which influence prices, as well as track DOM liquidity and HFT algorithms.