INGOT Brokers taps Acquity and Signal Centre for MT4/5 EAs and news analytics

Rick Steves

INGOT Brokers is helping traders cut through the noise and get a clearer picture of the emerging market trends as well as better spot trading opportunities with AI-powered signals.

INGOT Brokers has partnered with fintech firm Acuity Trading and its subsidiary signal provider Signal Centre to leverage the companies’ AI news analytics technology and trade ideas in order to help its users to strengthen their trading strategies and enhance their decision making.

The premium multi-asset brokerage firm is thus bringing to its customer base access to a wealth of unique market insights and trade signals.

Metatrader EAs, technical analysis, news sentiment, calendar, etc

The offering provided by Signal Centre and Acuity delivers global multi-asset news sentiment, calendar, technical analysis covering MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 Expert Advisors (EAs), and extensive newsletters.

INGOT Brokers is helping traders cut through the noise and get a clearer picture of the emerging market trends as well as better spot trading opportunities with AI-powered signals.

Wael Al Masri, Head of Business Development at INGOT Brokers, said: “Traders are at the core of our business, which is why we are continuously looking for new partnership opportunities that enable us to help our clients trade with absolute ease and confidence. The modern solutions extended by Acuity and Signal Centre are perfectly aligned with our strategic vision, as they allow us to provide our clients with top-notch services and innovative technologies that they can utilize in their day-to-day trading activity.”

Andrew Lane, Chief Executive Officer of Acuity, added: “INGOT Brokers has a very strong client-centric and compliance-focused culture, which is very much aligned with Acuity and Signal Centre. Through our partnership, we aim to help INGOT Brokers deliver a truly unique trading experience for their traders of all levels with our AI-driven trading tools, powerful visualizations and high quality, compliant-friendly signals.”

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Acuity and Signal Centre on a roll

Acuity acquired Signal Centre last year and both firms have been quickly expanding its roster of broker clients within the FX and CFD space. Last week, Signal Centre announced the onboarding of ASIC-regulated Blueberry Markets as the broker aims to continue its double digit growth history.

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%).

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.

IG Group tapped Signal Centre in November 2021 for its trade ideas Expert Advisor on MetaTrader 4. In April 2021, Equiti Group tapped Acuity for its Dow Jones newswire in order to give traders access to Dow Jones’ breaking economic and market news through their client portal.


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