Phillip Nova taps Signal Centre’s trade ideas for MetaTrader 5 users

Rick Steves

Signal Stream will provide Phillip Nova’s clients with a set of daily signals across the FX, Commodities, Indices and Cryptocurrency markets as well as enhanced weekly insights from the Top 30 global equities, which have longer timeframes and will suit equity swing traders.

Phillip Nova has partnered with Signal Centre to deliver professional trade ideas and analysis to its customer base of traders.

The Singapore-based multi-asset broker, with an offering ranging from stocks to CFDs, Forex, futures and commodities, is leveraging the Signal Stream product to take advantage of the enhanced AI technology, design, multiple languages and delivery channels including MT4/5, email and Telegram.

Access Signal Stream via a fully integrated EA

Prioritising their MT5 offering, Phillip Nova’s clients can access Signal Stream via a fully integrated Expert Advisor (EA) and via a bespoke email.

Signal Stream will provide Phillip Nova’s clients with a set of daily signals across the FX, Commodities, Indices and Cryptocurrency markets as well as enhanced weekly insights from the Top 30 global equities, which have longer timeframes and will suit equity swing traders.

Steve O’Hare, Chief Executive Officer at Signal Centre, commented: “Phillip Nova are one of the largest brokers in the Asia Pacific region with a large product offering across all asset classes. As we are seeing across the globe, the desire to trade single stocks continues to grow and we are pleased to be able to support Phillip Nova in their product expansion with signals on the Top 30 equities in addition to our existing daily trade ideas. This service has been built specifically for Phillips Nova and we look forward to adding more stocks to this portfolio in the future.”

Teyu Che Chern, Chief Executive Officer at Phillip Nova, said: “We have seen an increase in demand for more sophisticated trading tools and signals. We are happy to partner Signal Centre and take another step forward to stay relevant and to meet our clients’ changing needs.”

Signal Centre is facing increased demand for its MT5-supported trade ideas, with a wide number of brokers getting onboard ever since Acuity acquired the firm in 2021.

INGOT Brokers and Blueberry Markets have recently joined the list of partner brokers of the FCA-authorized trading signals provider which delivers global multi-asset news sentiment, calendar, technical analysis covering MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 Expert Advisors (EAs), and extensive newsletters.

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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