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Emerging Traders first in US to offer CarryQuote solution

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CarryQuote a provider of integrated desktop and mobile financial information solutions, has signed its reseller agreement in the US with, an alternative investment management company.

The partnership enables to offer a branded version of the CarryQuote solution to its universe of managed futures traders and investors, and expands CarryQuote’s domestic presence.

The CarryQuote solution provides real-time pricing data, actionable analytics, and personalised alerts through an integrated mobile and online interface.

By offering a branded, white-label application for investors, can increase its number of customer touch-points and generate greater visibility among its user base of more than 10,000 investors.

"This partnership creates immense value for thousands of professional alternative investments managers by bringing real-time, on-demand global market data to their fingertips, as well as Emerging Traders, who will deeply benefit from a turn-key marketing tool," says Michael Stennicke (pictured), chief executive and co-founder of CarryQuote. "This relationship demonstrates our commitment to helping innovative companies like grow their businesses and meet their clients’ needs by extending their brand and increasing the depth of services offered."

"By making CarryQuote available to our clients, we expect to deepen our client relationships through easy accessibility to critical data, increased communication and maximized efficiencies," says Lorie Meg Karlin, founder, Emerging Traders. "This relationship will benefit our customers by adding an additional level of support and service they need to grow their business while focusing on the most central aspect, their trading.", part of Managed Capital Group, provides trade, compliance and marketing support to professional alternative investments managers.

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