Swissquote adds “Live Analysis” section to Newsroom
The “Live Analysis” section will be of help to those who would like to develop their trading strategy using information from Swissquote analysts.
Lately, FinanceFeeds’ coverage of Swissquote Group Holding SA (SWX:SQN) has been focused on mobile technology and the new Virtual Reality app. The company, however, is developing other services and is seeking to enhance trading experience in other environments too.
Swissquote has just announced that it is expanding its Research services with a new section called “Live Analysis”. To access it, one has to visit the Newsroom on Swissquote’s website and then go to Research and select “Live Analysis” from the dropdown menu.
The section currently features only a handful of articles but this is enough to draw some inferences about what the new service is like. It targets active traders via short articles about certain assets – the time to read one such article is about 2 minutes. The purpose is to provide concise and important information about a given instrument that may offer an interesting trading opportunity. A market panel shows price information about the asset in question.
The section has a social aspect too, as it is easy to share the ideas on social networks.
The section will be helpful to those who want to build their trading strategy via information provided by Swissquote analysts. The advice covers a variety of markets, such as Forex and shares.
While we are on the topic of novelties at Swissquote, let’s mention that a new version of Swissquote’s mobile application for iPhone & iPad was released today. The application offers push notifications for Pulse, the social network for traders. A week ago, Pulse became available on Android devices.
The network is used by traders for sharing ideas about trades and stating their views on the latest market developments. In addition, network members provide feedback about Swisssquote’s services and often request new features. Swissquote often uses the network to make announcements to its clients in a friendlier and a less formal format.