Market Technologies is family-owned and family run company in Wesley Chapel, Florida. Over the past 6 years revenues have increased by over 1000%. The phenomenal growth is a result of a great product, great leadership, and most importantly, a great company culture. Everyone at Market Technologies is valued and is able to contribute to the common goal of success.
By reading through the material on this website, you will see that Market Technologies is unlike any company you have ever come across. Market Technologies was voted Best Place to Work in Tampa Bay and once you’ve experienced it for yourself, you’ll know why! Between the company paid for trips, company lunches, family outings, Friday morning breakfasts, etc you’ll finally be excited about going to work each day!
Founded in 1979 by Louis B. Mendelsohn, the prominent technical analyst and trading software pioneer, Market Technologies was the first trading software developer in the financial industry to provide strategy back testing capabilities in trading software for personal computers with its introduction of ProfitTaker Futures Trading software in 1983. The result was the emergence of a multi-million dollar trading software industry based upon Mr. Mendelsohn's trading software and technical analysis concepts.
Building upon his achievements as a pioneer in technical analysis, Louis Mendelsohn recognized early-on that the emerging globalization of the world's financial markets would permanently alter the scope of technical analysis and its application to the financial markets. As a result of that, in the mid-1980s he focused Market Technologies’ research efforts on the development of intermarket analysis software, rather than continuing to minimize its usefulness due to a single-market analysis approach. By doing this, the linkages between related global financial markets could be quantified and their influences on one another determined. This breakthrough in technical analysis thereby allowed traders for the very first time to have access to highly accurate market forecasts based upon these intermarket linkages.