CAPEX.com introduces QuantX, a tool to build automated portfolio

abdelaziz Fathi

Multi-licensed broker CAPEX.com has rolled out a new portfolio platform, QuantX, which uses a client’s risk tolerance assessment and other criteria to create fully customized investment portfolios.

The new tool is a simple way for CAPEX clients to automate professionally designed portfolios that are constructed based on their investment time horizon and objectives.

QuantX follows what has become a pretty standard format in the financial services industry. It uses a digital questionnaire that takes a client through the process of determining his preferences, trading styles and interests. Based on this, clients are then immediately presented with an optimum blend of diversified stocks that meet their investment criteria, saving them time and energy.

QuantX also becomes more intelligent over time by using machine learning to better predict customers’ goals and how much they need to save, limiting the need for human intervention.

The performance of the portfolio can be monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as QuantX gives customers a real-time overview and constant feedback on their investments’ performance.

Commenting on the launch, Christina Koullapi, Executive Director at Key Way Investments Ltd, said:

“In a market where you can see the same products everywhere, we’re focusing on offering our clients something different. Making investing more straightforward has always been our focus, and with QuantX, we’re taking this philosophy one step further. We strongly believe investing doesn’t need to be time-consuming or complicated. Instead, it should be time-efficient and accessible. QuantX is a straightforward and smart builder helping traders create a diversified portfolio in a few simple steps. As an award-winning broker, CAPEX will continue to innovate and improve the way people can trade the financial markets.”

The CAPEX.com brand, which received its first license in 2016, is currently providing services across Europe, the Middle East, South Africa, Latin America, and South-East Asia. The company’s regulatory catalogue encompasses licenses from the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, Abu Dhabi Global Market Financial Services Regulatory Authority, and the Financial Sector Conduct Authority in South Africa.

With over 2000 tradeable instruments, the broker is preparing to expand its multi-asset offering by including DeFi and blockchain-based services. CAPEX.com also launched a new product called StoX, which bundles a no-commission trading product with unleveraged fractional CFDs on shares of top US companies.

These operational and regulatory milestones come on the heels of closing a $21 million funding round back in June 2021. CAPEX.com also made headlines earlier this year when it signed a multi-season sponsorship deal with the Italian football giant, Juventus.

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