Pepperstone adds Capitalise.ai analytics and automated trading tools free of charge

Rick Steves

“We look forward to bringing significant value to Pepperstone traders and making a real, positive impact in their daily trading habits. We are excited to welcome them on board.”

Pepperstone has teamed up with Capitalise.ai to offer their traders a seamless, auto-trading experience in which clients can easily analyze, automate and execute their trading strategies without any coding knowledge, based on natural language processing (NLP).

The Forex and CFD broker has integrated the AI-driven auto-trading platform to faciliate its users’ entry into algo trading. The Capitalise.ai system will fully automate their trading strategies using free-style text input. Users will receive alerts and insights from the automation and analysis platform.

Pepperstone traders can use Capitalise.ai’s full suite of analytics and automated trading tools free of charge, including backtesting, loop strategies, smart notifications and more.

Pepperstone continues to deliver to the needs of professional traders

James Perry-Keene, Head of APAC & LATAM Strategic Partnerships, Pepperstone, said: “Our vision is to create a better way to trade for our clients and we continue to invest in trading technology that brings the world’s financial markets to astute, adventurous traders. Equipping our clients with advanced automation and analytics capabilities on our platform, is another example of how Pepperstone continues to deliver to the day-to-day needs of professional traders.

“Capitalise.ai has developed an outstanding platform that makes creating automated trading strategies a super-easy and smooth experience. We are rated #1 for Overall Client Satisfaction in both the UK and Australian Investment Trends surveys and we believe that integrating Capitalise.ai into Pepperstone helps us continue to offer our clients the best quality service.”

Amir Shiovich, Capitalise.ai CEO & Co-Founder: “2022 has been an incredible year in online trading, exceeding our expectations and spring boarding off a very impressive 2021. Pepperstone is a globally trusted and award-winning broker, and have a track record of putting client experiences ahead of everything else. We look forward to bringing significant value to Pepperstone traders and making a real, positive impact in their daily trading habits. We are excited to welcome them on board.”

Pepperstone clients now can easily create, analyze, and automate their trading scenarios while on the go, with no need for any coding or technical skills.

Capitalise.ai’s proprietary technology uses artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP) to turn simple English text entered by traders into custom algorithmic trading strategies.

Pepperstone has subsidiaries across the globe and is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySec), the Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB), the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA), the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and The Capital Markets Authority of Kenya (CMA).

Since 2021, Capitalise.ai has more than quadrupled its number of partnerships, usage scale and trading activity. The firm’s analytics and trading automation platform amplifies top-tier brokerage firms’ performance by offering a game changing trading experience for traders worldwide.

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