<p>BlackBull Markets, one of the leading financial trading services providers, confirmed yesterday that the company has acquired ATM Strategy, an independent research firm, to facilitate its clients.</p><p>According to an official announcement shared by BlackBull Markets, ATM Strategy has been officially relaunched as research.blackbullmarkets.com. BlackBull Research will complement BlackBull Shares, a low-cost share trading app with access to 23,000+ equities from 80+ global markets, including New Zealand, Australia and the US.</p><p>ATM Strategy is a prominent name in the market research sector. The company was founded in 2005 in New Zealand by Hamesh Sharma, the Portfolio Manager at Pathfinder Asset Management.</p><p>“In this financial climate, I think it is essential that our clients have the very best knowledge at all times when making investing decisions. BlackBull research is teamed with extremely experienced researchers with acute knowledge of NZX, ASX and US shares. BlackBull research reports will be powerful tools that can be used to help navigate the increasingly volatile world of share trading and investing,” Benjamin Boulter, the COO of BlackBull Markets said in a statement.</p><p>BlackBull Markets</p><p>Based in New Zealand, BlackBull Markets is a multi-asset broker. The company secured a license from New Zealand’s FMA in 2020. The financial trading services provider also formed several partnerships in 2021 to expand its global presence. In May 2021, BlackBull Markets partnered with Kiwi motorsport champion, <a href="https://www.financemagnates.com/forex/brokers/blackbull-markets-announces-partnership-with-tom-alexander/" target="_blank">Tom Alexander</a>.</p><p>In March 2022, BlackBull Markets <a href="https://www.financemagnates.com/forex/brokers/blackbull-markets-expands-copy-trading-offerings-ties-with-hokocloud/" target="_blank">collaborated with HokoCloud</a>, a platform offering social and copy trading services in the FX market, and announced the expansion of its copy trading offerings.</p>
This article was written by Bilal Jafar at www.financemagnates.com.