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The leading edge technology and asset management firm is partnering with a tech innovator to bring premium research & analysis to emerging managers.
NEW YORK, June 21, 2016—qbeats has teamed up with BattleFin to bring its unbundled information widget to BattleFin’s Stadium platform. The Alpha Scout widget delivers premium financial news, research and analysis available for purchase on a pay-per-view basis, (powered by qbeats’ QMV™ content valuation technology) from over 60 publishers.
qbeats will support BattleFin in bringing its extensive output of premium content covering stocks and sectors, exchange-traded products and mutual funds--from Morningstar, Edgar Online, ETF Global, The Fly, Elliot Wave Forecast, Daily FX and more--to an entirely new audience.
BattleFin is a leading edge financial technology and asset management firm. BattleFin is focused on identifying and incubating alpha generating, liquid investment strategies and monetizes these discoveries through incubation, seeding and asset management.
“BattleFin made qbeats available to the emerging managers we seed with capital and we have noticed the benefits they receive immediately. Arming our managers with tools like qbeats is key to attracting the best talent”
Tim Harrington, CEO, BattleFin Asset Management
qbeats is enabling information commerce by applying patented real-time quantitative science to index the world’s content and illuminate its fair market value, defined as QMV™. qbeats’ core technology stack and engine are a backbone for content creators and publishers to drive story-level valuation and to monetize content through direct payment or ad revenue. Its robust analytics unlock data for enhanced content deployment, consumer targeting, and monetization. As the exclusive leader in valuation, qbeats provides users with the confidence of purchasing quality content on a pay-per-view basis through a frictionless experience.