Market Technologies Donates to Multiple Sclerosis Research

Market Technologies Donates to Multiple Sclerosis Research2017-01-04T21:56:33+00:00

Market Technologies Donates to Multiple Sclerosis Research

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Market Technologies has made a financial donation to Multiple Sclerosis research.

Wesley Chapel, FL, November 7, 2005 — Louis B. Mendelsohn, President and Chief Executive Officer, announced today that Market Technologies, a privately-owned, Inc. 500, trading software company, made a financial contribution to the 4th annual MaSquerade, a fund-raising event to benefit people with Multiple Sclerosis. MaSquerade was founded in 2002 when the Felder Family decided to set a goal of raising $5,000 for the annual Tampa Multiple Sclerosis Walk.

Multiple Sclerosis is thought to be an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system, which consists of the brain, spinal cord, and the optic nerves. It is one of the most common diseases of the nervous system, afflicting people of virtually all ages around the world. “Market Technologies is pleased to be able to contribute to MaSquerade and the fight against multiple sclerosis,” said Lane Mendelsohn, Market Technologies’ Operations Manager. “We hope to aid in the research and education of a disease that’s ultimate cause is still unknown and yet affects so many.” The event has grown each year in its attendance and amount of money raised. This year’s guest speaker was Dr. Peter Dunne from the University of South Florida’s Department of Neurology.

About Market Technologies Headquartered in Tampa Bay since it was founded in 1979 by Louis B. Mendelsohn, with trading software customers in over seventy countries worldwide, Market Technologies is an Inc. 500 company and recognized world leader in market forecasting. Market Technologies researches and develops proprietary trend forecasting and market timing technologies that utilize artificial intelligence applied to intermarket and hurricaneomic analysis, in order to forecast various commodity and financial markets throughout the world. These presently include energies, interest rates, stock indexes, currencies, metals, grains, meats, softs, Forex and ETFs, covering a total of sixty-nine world markets.