Real-Time Prices & Bid/Ask Quotes Now On ETF.com

New pricing enhancements come to ETF.com fund reports.

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We at ETF.com are pleased to announce the availability of real-time quotes and depth-of-order-book views from Bats, the No. 1 exchange for ETF trading, provided for free to ETF.com readers.

The real-time prices and quotes are now live for any U.S.-listed ETF ticker, which can be easily accessed by appending the ticker to our web address, such as www.etf.com/SPY. Click on the “Book Viewer” or “Tradability” tab for the real-time view of the Bats order book, which lists the number of shares being bid or offered at each price point, giving investors a view of market depth.

Earlier this year, Bats Global Markets bought ETF.com, and this initiative is the first of many new data features this combination will bring to our readers.

Bats’ and ETF.com’s goal is to continue building out the best ETF news and analysis platform and ETF data tool set. If you have an enhancement request, please feel free to drop us a line at [email protected]. More to come!

David Lichtblau is the CEO of ETF.com. He can be reached at [email protected].

 

 

 

David Lichtblau serves as chief executive officer for etf.com. Prior to assuming this role, he was chief operating officer and led the product management, marketing, operations and finance teams for etf.com. Prior to etf.com, David led the next-generation product line for portfolio managers and analysts at Thomson Reuters. He joined Thomson Reuters via the acquisition of StarMine, a startup that offered equity analytics and research tools for professional investors. As the first executive hire, David founded the product management, marketing and media relations teams. Prior to StarMine, he co-founded Stanford Technology Group, the company that pioneered relational online analytical processing for data warehouses that was acquired by IBM. David earned his B.S. in electrical engineering from Stanford University.