Australian MT4/MT5 broker Blueberry Markets taps Signal Centre to fuel double-digit growth

Rick Steves

The integration of Signal Stream across our Metatrader platforms, Telegram and daily emails far exceeded our expectations.”

Blueberry Markets has signed a strategic partnership with Signal Centre as the Australia-based brokerage firm looks to accelerate growth and leverage its community of 30,000 users, trading through their MetaTrader 4 (MT4) and MetaTrader 5 (MT5) platforms.

Signal Centre, an FCA-authorized trading signals provider recently acquired by Acuity, will provide daily content from its team of experienced analysts.

Blueberry reports substantial increase in Telegram subscribers and email open rates

The partnership with Signal Centre will provide Blueberry Markets with access to the newly released Signal Stream API, user-friendly MetaTrader EAs, and a daily newsletter that features trading signals based on technical analysis insights across Forex, CFD’s, Crypto, Commodities and Metals and Indices.

The first two months of the partnership have likely had something to do with a substantial increase in Blueberry Markets’ Telegram subscribers and an uptick in email open rates of more than 25%, 10 p.p. above the industry average (which is around 15% with a variable click-through rate of 1-1.6%).

Ajak Biar, Chief Commercial Officer at Blueberry Markets, said: “The integration of Signal Stream across our Metatrader platforms, Telegram and daily emails far exceeded our expectations. Our company prides itself on taking a customer-centric approach towards all aspects of the business, so being able to engage, educate and delight our traders with valuable content and analysis that keeps them returning is a big win for our team”.

Steve O’Hare, Chief Operating Officer at Signal Centre, commented: ‘Over the years we’ve built up a reputation for fairness, transparency and security with our client base across investors, brokers, individuals & stakeholders. Our ethos has always been to place the interests of the traders at the forefront, as we strive to assist in increasing their chances of success through education and support. Both Signal Centre and Blueberry Markets spend time investing in process and business practices to ensure excellent standards of education provision for clients, customer service and technological integrations.’

Blueberry Markets is reportedly turning double-digit growth in its revenue as the broker expands into new regions globally with its bespoke trading services for retail traders.

The broker, founded six years ago, is an Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Securities Commission of the Bahamas (SCB) licensed broker.

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Signal Centre launched advanced technical analysis for MT4 and MT5

Signal Centre, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has recently launched advanced technical analysis for MT4 and MT5 and brings market insights to retail traders via dynamic emails, instant messaging, fast APIs to dedicated MT4/5 plugins and widgets for web.

The new platform, Signal Stream, features AI back-end updates that incorporate the very latest advancements in fintech innovation. All clients are now able to access industry leading sentiment analysis tools, alpha generating alternative data integrations, and economic calendars to give greater clarity on the signals and strategy that shape trading ideas.

The service offers expert technical analysis, trading strategy, alternative data sets, and investment decision tools as well as new radial gauges to explore sentiment scores and financial events forecasting.

Signal Stream is integrated with the MT4 and MT5 platforms as MetaTrader continues to serve as a leading trading platform for the FX industry. Signal Stream’s MT4/5 presence features advanced trading and charting features and integrated stock prices, especially around futures and options.

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