Swissquote and Autochartist Unveil Advanced Technical Analysis Integration

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Autochartist and Swissquote have recently embarked on an impressive collaboration in which Autochartist’s Advanced Technical Analysis has been deeply integrated into their proprietary trading platform, “Advanced Trader”. This integration creates an intuitive experience for their extensive client base of global CFD traders.

One of the standout features of this integration is the ability to execute trades directly from the watch list. For example, if a trader decides to trade gold, they can select from the various trade opportunities presented, and place an order, setting their take profit and stop loss.

The Swissquote platform features several watch list add-ons, including ‘top picks’, ‘quick trade’, and user-customizable options. It offers a ‘trade setups’ column as a default feature, showcasing potential technical trade setups for various instruments, making it easy for traders to identify potential opportunities at a glance.

In addition to the watch lists, Swissquote also integrated Autochartist into a market screener equipped with several unique features. Traders can focus on specific instruments from their personalised watch list, select which patterns they want to see, and even set probabilities for different assets, significantly reducing the vast array of trading opportunities to those that align with their strategies.

Traders can now access powerful, precise, and customisable features through the intuitive user interface, offering an unparalleled trading experience. “This integration has not only streamlined the trading experience but also made sophisticated technical analysis tools accessible to all traders using their “Advanced Trader” platform. A superb integration by Swissquote’s technology team,” says Ilan Azbel, CEO at Autochartist.

About Autochartist

Autochartist is a financial market analytics company that leverages big data and proprietary technology to help traders make more informed trading and investment decisions.

Since its inception in 2004, Autochartist has grown to become a global leader in automated financial content generation and trade execution analytics for many leading Stock, Currency, Futures, and CFD brokerage firms. Servicing millions of traders in over 100 countries through a vast network of broker partnerships.

For more information on how Autochartist can elevate your brokerage, please contact [email protected] 

About Swissquote

Swissquote is Switzerland’s market leader in online banking. Over three million financial products can be traded on its innovative platforms. Swissquote’s core competencies include global stock market trading, trading and custody of crypto assets, Forex trading and a Robo-Advisor solution. In addition, Swissquote is active in the payment card, mortgage and leasing markets. As of the end of December 2022, Swissquote held over 52 billion Swiss francs in assets for more than 538,000 private and institutional clients. In addition to its headquarters in Gland, Switzerland, Swissquote has offices in Zurich, London, Luxembourg, Malta, Bucharest, Cyprus, Dubai, Singapore and Hong Kong. Its parent company, Swissquote Group Holding Ltd, is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (symbol: SQN). The Swissquote Group and PostFinance each own 50% of the fintech app Yuh.

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