Leverate, a technology provider specializing in brokerage solutions for the financial services industry, today announced a new collaboration with Autochartist, offering an integration of Autochartist’s tools into its Activ8 trading platform.
The move enables Activ8’s brokers to offer their clients the opportunity to trade based on technical analysis and live trade signals across several asset classes.
Brokers that utilize the Activ8 platform can also enjoy the power of Autochartist’s API integration which further enhances the performance of sales, marketing and retention teams as it allows them to engage with customers in a more meaningful manner.
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Activ8 serves as the latest iteration of Leverate’s smart trading platform and supports a range of new additions such as a dynamic interface featuring regulation-compliant social trading platform, bolstered by the new functionality of Optim8.
The integration is of massive benefit to Activ8 brokers, the company says, and will give its clients a unique edge over competitive platforms.
Autochartist’s advanced algorithms constantly monitor global markets and deliver live trade signals through a wide range of parameters based on technical analysis. The product covers more than 50 currency pairs, 200 stocks, the biggest indices, as well as the major commodities. The software scans market data to identify price trends and chart patterns. It then automatically alerts clients to potential trading opportunities as they emerge and enables them to trade directly from the analysis screen.
Commenting on this, Leverate said in a statement: “It’s clear that this integration fulfills both Autochartist and Leverate’s primary goals which are to develop technology that optimizes processes for brokers and their clients. With this partnership clients are presented with valuable trading opportunities and are able to execute trades from one place. A functionality which will see increased broker productivity and profitability.”