BlackPearlFX has become the latest brokerage to choose the services of Acuity Trading and deliver to its clients a set of sentiment analysis tools. The news sentiment aggregation tools have been trending higher in recent years, especially with the professional investing community.
Acuity Trading has taken on the quest to bring this powerful tool for trading decision making to smaller investors. The new partnership is part of BlackPearlFX’s strategy to more actively expand its offering into the retail trader space.
The brokerage will be white labeling Acuity’s news alerts product and a selection of sentiment monitoring tools for its new retail platform. With the addition of a unique feature, BlackPearlFX is aiming to raise the bar and attract clients that are looking for real tools providing real added value to their trading accounts.
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The CEO of BlackPearlFX Francesco Porcu stated: “At BlackPearlFX we are focusing on providing new products that meet the exact needs of our retail and professional clients across the globe. We are very impressed with the flexibility and unique range of products offered by Acuity Trading which can be fully customized based on our needs.”
The FCA regulated brokerage BlackPearlFX is already successfully targeting institutional grade investors with a solution which relies on no last look straight through processing (STP) execution.
Commenting on the announcement, the Managing Director of Acuity Trading Andrew Lane elaborated: “Innovation and differentiation are key drivers in BlackPearl’s retail strategy which is essential in today’s highly competitive market and exactly what Acuity’s products have been built to deliver.”
Back in November 2014, Acuity Trading already white labeled its service to ADS Securities. Since then the company has continued expanding the set of tools that it delivers to brokers and traders, culminating with the award for Most Innovative Big Data Solution at the Finance Magnates London Summit in November last year.