The push for artificial intelligence (AI)-based trading signals continues to see traction around the retail industry. Per the latest move, GO Markets will now include a-Quant’s trading signals to select clients, helping traders optimize their risk/reward ratio.
AI-based trading signals are an increasingly popular offering, with many brokers looking to integrate this within their services suite. GO Markets has become the latest venue to adopt these services, which will now be available to clients at the Australian retail brokerage.
“We’re very happy to include a-Quant’s services in our arsenal of trading tools. Our clients can now enjoy high-quality signals easily deployable to their trading and take advantage of cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology from a-Quant’s expertise,” explained GO Markets’s head of global operations, Yaazdee Jaunbocus.
a-Quant is known for its advanced trading signals for major FX pairs. The company specializes in portfolio optimization, developing and constructing asset portfolios as well as AI.
GO Markets clients harnessing the power of AI
In particular, a-Quant’s trading signals are derived from machine learning algorithmic models and have an explicit form (entry price, stop loss, take profit). As such, these signals follow optimized Risk Management rules making them ideally suited to help the traders optimize their risk/reward ratio.
“a-Quant focuses on developing innovative and artificial intelligence-based algorithms, for retail and institutional traders, which enhance considerably their trading performance,” noted Thomas Papapolyzos, Founder and CEO of a-Quant in an accompanying statement.
“GO Markets is a knowledgeable and reliable broker, so we’re excited to offer our models to their clients in a signal service form,” he added.
The service integration is the latest move for GO Markets, which has had an eventful 2019. Earlier this year, the group also made headlines by expanding its multi-asset offering, whereby adding Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) stocks for trading on MetaTrader 5.
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