Market Technologies

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Market Technologies
Founded 1979
Headquarters Wesley Chapel, Florida, USA
Key People Louis B. Mendelsohn
Products VantagePoint Intermarket Analysis Software
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Market Technologies Corporation develops technical analysis and intermarket analysis computer trading software for commodities futures trading in financial markets using neural networks, moving averages, price and trend forecasts.


Founded in 1979 by Louis B. Mendelsohn, Market Technologies Corporation was the first trading software developer in the financial industry that provided strategy backtesting capabilities in trading software for personal computers. This resulted in the Market Technologies Corporation's research efforts on the development of intermarket analysis software.[1].

Due to the phenomenal increase in demand in recent years by individual traders throughout the world for its intermarket analysis software and to assure its worldwide leadership position in the trading software industry, Market Technologies Corporation's R&D responsibilities were separated from its sales and customer support functions beginning in January, 2004 through the creation of two distinct limited liability companies.

The Predictive Technologies Group has the exclusive license to Market Technologies Corporation's trading software technologies will focus solely on future research and development of market forecasting trading tools Market Technologies, which has the exclusive license to offer these tools to traders throughout the world, will continue to provide outstanding customer support to its software users to assure their trading success.

In 2006, Market Technologies expanded their operations in Wesley Chapel, Florida.[2] In 2008, Market Technologies teamed up with sister-company to launch an e-newsletter, Trader Strategies. [3].

Products and Services (Year First Developed)[edit]

  • ProfitTaker Futures Trading (1983)
  • VantagePoint Intermarket Analysis (1991-current)[4]

Key People[edit]