EarlyBird launches Twitter feed for MT4 and MT5, onboards FX broker VARIANSE

Rick Steves

The firm’s lastest product has been exclusively designed for retail brokers to offer their clients access to the same quality insightful tweets.

VARIANSE, an FCA-regulated FX and CFD broker with licenses in the UK, Mauritius, and Malaysia, has added EarlyBird as a new service on its MetaTrader 4 platform to unlocks the tradable power of Twitter.

EarlyBird provides professional Twitter market-analysis products to the financial sector using proprietary natural language processing engine and artificial intelligence algorithms.

Its addition to the MT4 platform can revolutionize the way traders customize access to Twitter, helping them make more informed decisions on the products they trade, whether they are pursuing macro, fundamental, technical, or sentiment driven strategies.

VARIANSE clients can download EarlyBird’s Twitter service for the MT4 platform for free. The service is already used by many thousands of traders in the world’s major investment banks and funds.

Rohit Mirpuri CEO of VARIANSE UK, commented: “We are excited to partner with EarlyBird and be first to the market with a truly valuable Twitter service, which steps beyond generic platform news feeds that are of limited worth to the individual investor”.

Danny Watkins, CEO of Market EarlyBird, added: “We know that retail traders have limited access to the rich and diverse range of news sources enjoyed by the banks and funds. VARIANSE’s integration of EarlyBird service helps to level the playing field, making its customers better informed and empowered to trade.”

VARIANSE was founded in 2015 and targets a wide range of clientele, including novice, professional, and algorithmic traders, offering them market research, trade support, and execution across FX, commodities, indices, and equities markets.

EarlyBird has been offering real-time breaking news and unique Twitter content to the trading teams in financial institutions including Investment Banks, Buy-Side, Brokers and Hedge Funds since 2016.

The firm’s lastest product has been exclusively designed for retail brokers to offer their clients access to the same quality insightful tweets.

The Twitter feed for retail brokers was launched this month for MT4 and MT5 and with more trading platforms to be added. The embedded feed is compatible with any trading platform and can be personally tailored by each individual client to specifically focus only on the products that they trade or can be expanded to include all listed assets to inspire new trading ideas and strategies.

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