ACY Securities taps Capitalise.ai to bring auto-trading to clients

Rick Steves

ACY Securities traders will get free access to Capitalise.ai’s full suite of capabilities, including backtesting, loop strategies, and smart notifications.

Multi-asset broker ACY Securities has partnered with Capitalise.ai to allow its users to fully automate trading strategies without leaning on any technical skills, using no-code free-style English text input, and getting alerts and insights on the go.

This is a win-win for both companies as ACY Securities reinforces its top tier offering in such a competitive industry while Capitalise.ai scores one more partner, following the likes of Interactive Brokers, FXCM, FTX, ErisX, and Eightcap, which were recently onboarded.

Capitalise.ai’s auto-trading and AI based platform turns simple English text rules entered by traders into custom algorithmic trading strategies that can automatically provoke alerts and be instantly executed.

Its quick business expansion is testament to the quality of the offering in a time when brokers look to further facilitate access to trading. A few years ago, retail traders were required to learn the .mql programming language or similar if they wanted to be successful in quantitative trading. That is no longer true, thanks to technology provided by firms such as Capitalise.ai.

 

Free access to Capitalise.ai’s full suite of capabilities

ACY Securities traders will get free access to Capitalise.ai’s full suite of capabilities, including backtesting, loop strategies, and smart notifications.

In addition, they will be able to access Capitalise.ai’s mobile app for Android and iOS, so that they can stay in control of their trades 24/7, 365 days a year, and free themselves from sitting in front of the desktop.

Alla Darwish, Head of Global Brokerage at ACY Securities, commented: “We’re always looking for ways to add value for our clients. The introduction of Captialise.au to our clients further bolsters our commitment to provide our clients with valuable tools and insights so they can improve their trading knowledge and become better traders.”

Amir Shiovich, CEO & Co-Founder at Capitalise.ai, said: “2022 is already showing amazing growth trends for Capitalise.ai, and new partnerships such as this one with ACY show a vote of trust from the industry’s no code online trading automation capabilities to become the standard for professional traders, wherever they are sited. I am excited to have ACY on board, and I look forward to making a real impact on their traders’ day to day trading experience.”

Earlier this year, ACY Securities expanded its number of share CFDs on offer for MT5 traders, cementing its commitment to offering the greatest number of share CFDs of any MT5 broker. The Sydney-based, award-winning broker announced today that clients would have access to more than 200 new share CFDs.

The company aims to provide its clients with the broadest range of financial products, allowing them to strike when the opportunity arises. And with volatility picking up across the Forex, Indices, precious metals and cryptocurrency markets, there has never been a better time to provide deeper access to more products.

This update comes off the back of a recent announcement where ACY doubled the number of instruments from 800 to over 1600, combined with the choice of MetaTrader 4 or MetaTrader 5 platforms.

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