Partnering with NASDAQ

Communication, Energy, Markets, News, Shipfinance, Statistics, Stock Markets, Trade and Commerce — By on February 21, 2016 at 10:02 AM

GNWR-AllAboutShipping020116001Over the last three weeks – as many of our followers will have noticed on this site – a great partnership has begun between two global leaders in their specialised fields of business on Planet Ocean: NASDAQ and Allaboutshipping.  Both entities and their respective platforms are more than well known to all in the industry. Anny Zade writes:

It gives us more than a tactical advantage to partner with a pioneer in the field international share trading, as NASDAQ was the world’s first electronic stock market; the best innovation for investors of all times! Equally Allaboutshipping is the world’s first “non-censored” electronic shipping business platform.

It is no coincidence that many of our friends and ‘family’ in the maritime world and its many associated fields, industry clients and supporters of Allaboutshipping are listed on NASDAQ and we are more than honoured to have the NASDAQ logo, link and news at the top of our site.

Moreover this month in New York, NASDAQ Tower in Times Square has dealt us the honour of featuring the logo of Allaboutshipping in a prominent position – more than a great welcome for our mutually satisfactory endeavours!

We believe that in these turbulent times that shipping is going through with historic lows in its indices and scarcity of funds, what we might well calls the availability of orthodox ship finance, NASDAQ can act as a medium for developing investment opportunities and when appropriate listings to bring back confidence to those operating in the currently languishing dry and wet shipping markets. We are sure that the day will come when investors will be able to secure handsome capital gains as the market turns up.

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