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Cross Research Group Joins Pulse Trading's Independent Research Platform

Cross Research's analysts provides focuses on the global tech sector.

Pulse Trading has added Cross Research Group, an independent equity research firm focused on the tech industry, to its Pulse Research Partners Platform (PRP), according to the independent brokerage firm, headquartered in Boston.

The Pulse Research Partners Platform is an alliance of securities research firms that provide buy side investors with a range of independent research.

“We are excited to partner with the Pulse Research Platform,” stated Shannon Cross, co-founder of Cross Research, in the release. “Through rigorous analysis and on the ground research, we provide our clients with unmatched coverage of technology companies and trends. We share with Pulse a special commitment to provide both excellent customer service and a differentiated product.“

“Cross Research is an important addition to the Pulse Research Platform,” commented Jeff Forbes, director of PRP, in the release. “Their analysts are unsurpassed in providing the best research and analysis in the global tech sector. With the addition of Cross Research to our team we’re giving clients what they want – a competitive advantage in this global economy.”

Other Pulse research partners include: Furey Research Partners, Thompson Research, Cirrus Research, and Alembic Global Advisors

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