The Jacobsen Release Realtime Data App

The Jacobsen Release Realtime Data App

 

To produce more value for market participants in the global fats commodity market, industry leader, The Jacobsen, is now offering real-time reporting that will allow subscribers to assess intraday trading in the marketplace. The Jacobsen is the only subscription service in the fats market to offer this level of timely information.

The Jacobsen has also released a mobile data app and a mobile update to their already dynamic website for all commodities tracked including: animal proteins, sausage casings, hide and leather, grain and feed ingredients, vegetable oils, international fats, proteins and oils, and International hide and leather.

With this new real-time data for the fats markets, The Jacobsen will be able to offer its subscribers the information they need in a prompt fashion regardless of where they are from any type of device. The Jacobsen has a long history of providing it’s subscribers with the most up-to-date and relevant data for the markets they serve. Now, with the addition of a mobile app option for both Android and Apple products, users no longer have to be at a desk, allowing them to make important decisions about their market involvement from anywhere. With this optimal information feed, subscribers can make the best decisions with the most information, capturing money on the upside and the downside of the market.

John Donicht, President of The Jacobsen reported “Highquality data is paramount to making profitable decisions. That’s why The Jacobsen is accessible wherever our subscribers are.”

The Jacobsen is a publishing company with a 149-year legacy in providing accuracy and transparency in opaque markets. It was established in 1865 when R.C. Jacobsen began reporting on the daily activity of the local slaughter houses in Chicago. Since then, The Jacobsen has maintained its legacy by evolving with the times, consistently providing its clients with objective and accurate information in the commodities marketplace.

For more information, visit www.thejacobsen.com

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