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Benzinga is a financial news media outlet and aggregator based in Detroit, Michigan. Founded in 2010, Benzinga is currently the largest news vendor for North American brokerage firms. They host the annual Benzinga Global Fintech Awards, which recognize financial technology innovations, the Cannabis Capital Conference, and the Benzinga Fintech Summit.
As of April 2019, Benzinga has approximately 2 million readers per month.
Founded in 2010 by Jason Raznick, Benzinga is the doing business ("DBA") of Accretive Capital, LLC, which registered a trademark for Benzinga on October 22, 2013. As of 2019, they are headquartered in Detroit, Michigan.
On May 26, 2011, Lightbank announced a $1.5 million investment in Benzinga and became its angel investor. By early 2014, the company became profitable. On September 29, 2016, WorldQuant Ventures invested $3 million with the aim to "expand Benzinga's original market-moving content and data service infrastructure."
Benzinga.com aggregates financial news and data, including stock exchange quotes, index values, news items, and analysis from their in-house reporters. Notable Benzinga writers include Javier Hasse, author of Start Your Own Cannabis Business.
Benzinga Pro is a trading terminal that allows equity traders, hedge funds, and other financial services professionals to monitor real-time market data with live-streaming radio for audio alerts. It aggregates financial news, Securities and Exchange Commission filings, and price quotes along-side in-house content and sentiment analysis. Bloomberg Terminal is its primary competitor.
Marketfy, trademarked in 2014, is a profit.ly competitor and provides curated newsletters, educational materials, and tools for traders and investors. It bills itself as a transparent platform where aspiring traders can learn from experts, called mavens, receive trade alerts from these mavens, and participate in live trading rooms.
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