Source: Dow Jones Newswires
Dow Jones Newswires, the world's leading independent provider of real-time financial news and commentary, today announced that it has added an easy-to-use Web site and real-time email alerts to Dow Jones MarketBeat, its premier derivatives trading ideas and analysis service.
Subscribers to MarketBeat now can get access to the unique commentary, trading ideas and technical analysis of derivatives and other alternative investment instruments through www.djcplus.com/ecs, in addition to MarketBeat's scrolling headline service, which is carried by most major vendors. They also can receive selected MarketBeat content in real-time email alerts on their preferred email devices.
MarketBeat's new Web-based format enables derivatives traders, institutional sales desks, brokers and hedge-fund managers to receive derivative trading ideas and real-time commentary on market developments—whenever and wherever they need it—in a more accessible and convenient format. Subscribers also can view technical analysis and charts more easily as full graphics on the Web site.
"As an ideas and strategy service, MarketBeat has already proven very popular with our newswires customers via the data vendor platforms," said Michael Bergmeijer, vice president and managing director, international, Dow Jones Newswires. "By adding this Web site and offering email alerts, we are confident our busy, mobile customers will have more flexible access to the ideas-based content for which MarketBeat is renowned, making it a more useful and versatile tool for their investment and trading decisions."
Dow Jones Newswires also has enhanced the editorial team producing MarketBeat with the appointment of Martin Essex as news editor, markets coverage; Patricia Bass as assistant news editor, equity markets; and Peter Nurse as assistant news editor, markets group. The MarketBeat team also includes technical analyst Axel Rudolph and columnist Alen Mattich.