ORTEX - Make smarter trades with the stock data and ideas platform
Investors looking for timely and accurate data sets, unique analysis and trading ideas should turn to ORTEX.
ORTEX is a platform created from the recognition that investors needed help keeping track of all the moving parts of their stock investments.
“There were so many unique data set offerings emerging,” said Peter Hillerberg, co-founder of ORTEX. “We knew that by combining and integrating that data, we could provide customers with a clearer picture of what was happening in the markets, particularly with their own investments,” said Hillerberg.
Popular Data Sets
The ORTEX platform offers dozens of data sets to its users. The most popular being its short-term trading signals, which uses all ORTEX’s data sets in infinite combinations to deliver truly unique alpha-generating returns.
The company’s short-interest data is also popular with users and is derived from the world’s largest pool of prime brokers/broker dealers who submit their daily inventory.
“We display all other available metrics such as flagged short interest in Europe and exchange-released short interest in the U.S. to give a complete overview of short sentiment,” said Hillerberg.
Real-Time Equities Data
ORTEX uses Cboe BZX U.S. Equities Exchange and European Equities top-of-book data to keep users informed of moves in the market.
“Real-time, intraday data is important to keep our investors up-to-date on what’s happening in the markets at any given time,” said Hillerberg.
Vast Data & Analysis
Additional data sets provided by ORTEX include corporate and macro events, holdings, index rebalancing, analyst estimates, live index and commodity pricing, and correlation analysis of peers, currency exposure and commodities.
Fundamentals, charting, and screening are also key features of the ORTEX platform.
While ORTEX has built a robust, data-intensive platform, the company plans to provide more data and enhancements in the future.
A new interface will be released in the second quarter of 2021, and the company is adding portfolio integration, stock scores, index rebalance analysis, and a U.S. order book to its offering.