8 Steps of Building a Technical Analysis Application for Mobile

Building a technical analysis application for mobile is no easy feat, even for the experienced developer. However, with the right game plan, team, and tools, it’s possible to build a great technical analysis app for assets such as stocks, forex, and cryptocurrency in a short period of time.

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Tagged HTML5 Development, HTML5 Charting Library, UX/UI for Trading Platforms

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Overhauling a technology stack is time consuming, expensive, and laborious. However, being left behind could be disastrous for an institution.

How do you keep your head above water when there’s a sea change?

It’s clear that companies must adapt in an economical and intelligent way. This...

Tagged HTML5 Development, Finsemble

Moving Towards the Open Terminal

For any financial firm, finding a trading terminal solution is a daunting task. Iconic or proprietary trading terminals claim to be “one size fits all,” but experienced financial professionals know that each institution’s needs are unique. It seems to make sense to build a customized trading...

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ChartIQ Teams Up with Financial Desktop Connectivity and Collaboration Consortium (FDC3)

ChartIQ as well as over twenty banks and capital markets solution providers have joined together to create a group called Financial Desktop Connectivity and Collaboration Consortium (FDC3). The goal of FDC3 is to provide a universal connectivity and standards for all desktop applications for...

Tagged ChartIQ News and Events, Finsemble

ChartIQ and Trading Central Announce Partnership

We are pleased to announce our latest partnership with Trading Central, leader in real-time investment research. Their technical insight tools have been integrated into our HTML5 Charting Library.

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The Future of Finance: HTML5 and the Desktop

The Desktop Renaissance

Financial technology is undergoing a rapid change. In the same way that companies shifted to web systems in the 90s, there is momentum to replace legacy desktop systems (.NET and Java) and web 1.0 systems (Flash and Silverlight) with HTML5 desktop applications. HTML5 is...

Tagged HTML5 Development, Finsemble, HTML5 Charting Library

Collaboration: The Dominant Trend in Finance

Several trends emerged last year across finance and tech; however, the most prominent was the marked and changed relationship (both perceived and actual) between large traditional banks and smaller, innovative FinTech startups. Last March, PwC released a report that stated 95% of banks believed...

Tagged Fintech, ChartIQ News and Events

The Intern in Uncharted Territory

My name is Khari Williams and this summer I marketed charts. Not just any old charts, but financial charts by ChartIQ, headquartered in Charlottesville, Virginia. Uniquely enough, I was only the third intern ever hired by this fast growing fintech company.

Tagged Fintech, ChartIQ News and Events

Is Policy to Blame for Big Banks Not Adopting New Technology?

A small team from ChartIQ recently attended the Symphony Software Foundation (SSF) Annual Members Meeting. With us, there were around fifty technology savvy innovators belonging to everything ranging from small fintech startups to large global investment banks. 

Tagged ChartIQ News and Events, HTML5 Development

Kx Announces ChartIQ Integration into Real-Time Data Visualization and Analysis User Interface

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., July 18, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kx Systems (Kx), a division of First Derivatives plc (FD) and provider of the industry-leading kdb+ time series database, announces today that Dashboards for Kx now offers ChartIQ integration as an optional addition to its visualization...

Tagged HTML5 Charting Library, ChartIQ News and Events

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