XCritical unveils integration with Autochartist’s tech analysis tools

Maria Nikolova

The integration brings the Autochartist service directly to the clients of MaxiMarkets; Umarkets; 770Capital and other brokers through the Trading Signals section of the XCritical trading platform.

CEO of the XCritical trading platform, Oleg Rura, has announced to its broker clients the integration of Autochartist’s technical analysis tools into its HTML5 trading platform. The integration brings the Autochartist service directly to the clients of MaxiMarkets; Umarkets; 770Capital and other brokers through the Trading Signals section of the XCritical trading platform. The integration allows traders to open positions based on the research; shortening the time between analysis and execution.

This integration of Autochartist’s API into XCritical is in line with the growing trend amongst brokers to provide all necessary tools and content in one location – never requiring the trader to leave the trading platform for external analysis.

XCritical boasts a number of large well-known brands that make use of its platform, and includes many advantages compared to other trading systems that maximize broker’s productivity and profitability. Traders can buy and sell any asset from one blazing fast HTML5 platform which is fully integrated with the XCritical CRM system. Combination of intuitive HTML5 trading platform with power of full blown specialized CRM allows for both improved user experience for the trader and optimized workflow for the broker. Brokers that utilize MT4 platform can also enjoy the power of XCritical CRM and streamline the operations of their marketing, sales, retention, finance and compliance teams.

Now, with Autochartist native integration traders do not need to leave the trading platform to utilize full power of Autochartist technical analysis, they just go to Trading Signals Tab choosing signal they like the most and execute the trades instantly.

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