Vegasoul Capital Management Selects OneTick Database and CEP to Support Quantitative Trading Strategies
OneMarketData, LLC, a leader in tick data management and analytics, announced September 6 that Vegasoul Capital Management, a research-driven asset management firm focused on a quantitative approach to trading, has selected OneMarketData’s OneTick Database and CEP for real-time and historical market data storage and analysis. OneTick will be deployed to support Vegasoul’s quantitative trading strategies and proprietary risk management systems, and to help manage the firm’s investing practices, which span 90 global markets and a range of asset classes.
“As a quantitative trading shop that is monitoring markets across the globe, we needed an integrated and cost-effective tick data management solution that could scale as we continue to grow,” said Vincent Wong, Founder and CIO at Vegasoul Capital Management. “OneTick can support our data-intensive strategies and gives us the flexibility and intuitive architecture that we need to continue to grow in the marketplace.”
“Research-driven investment management firms like Vegasoul need fast access to the most timely and relevant data in order to execute their quantitative trading strategies, which makes OneTick a natural fit,” said Richard Chmiel, Vice President at OneMarketData. “OneTick’s integrated CEP engine provides firms with a low-cost, high-speed platform that can collect and analyze enormous amounts of historic and real-time tick data and help execute researched trades, while also giving them the transparency they need to mitigate risk, achieve compliance and ultimately satisfy their investors.”
Built from inception as a single integrated system, OneTick CEP and Database empowers users to write a single set of code for historical analysis and real-time signal generation; run queries that span historical and real-time data; and apply OneTick analytics to these data processes. With OneTick, users greatly reduce costs associated with licensing, installing and maintaining separate data management and complex event processing (CEP) systems by leveraging a single CEP and tick database solution that costs the same as most independent systems, which lack the ability to collect and analyze both historical and real-time data.