Vantage teams up with Bloomberg Media Studios to produce “The Vantage View”
Topics will span from the geopolitical consequences of climate change policies to the role of technological innovations, such as Artificial Intelligence, in financial markets.
Vantage Markets has announced a collaborative venture with Bloomberg Media Studios. The partnership aims to produce “The Vantage View,” a video series that promises to bring authoritative opinions and expert commentary to a broad audience.
The collaboration pairs Vantage Markets’ proficiency in financial services with Bloomberg’s globally recognized journalism. “This partnership embodies our mutual commitment to produce high-quality content that stimulates meaningful conversations on vital issues,” said Marc Despallieres, Chief Strategy & Trading Officer at Vantage.
“The Vantage View” offers quarterly episodes of political-economic debates
“The Vantage View” will offer quarterly episodes featuring a range of experts discussing a variety of pressing political-economic issues. Topics will span from the geopolitical consequences of climate change policies to the role of technological innovations, such as Artificial Intelligence, in financial markets. The video series aims to be a go-to source for diverse viewers, including investors, professionals, and those keen on understanding the complexities of the global economic landscape.
Vantage Markets has distinguished itself in the crowded brokerage space by offering a comprehensive trading environment. With over 13 years of experience, the company provides clients with an agile and potent platform for trading Contracts for Difference (CFDs) across various asset classes—Forex, Commodities, Indices, Shares, ETFs, and Bonds.
Vantage doubles down on Copy Trading platform and educational program
Earlier this week, Vantage announced it lowered the minimum deposit requirement for its Copy Trading feature from $200 to $50 The decision came on the heels of a recent client survey that revealed a significant appetite among traders for easier access to copy trading on the Vantage app.
According to the survey, over 60% of active traders expressed an interest in trying out copy trading. Moreover, 19.7% of respondents were unfamiliar with the concept but were keen to learn more. Almost half, or 47.5%, hoped for more enticing incentives and promotions.
The reduced entry point aims to attract more novice traders to the platform. Vantage Markets will supplement this initiative with a comprehensive educational program. The broker is set to release a series of educational tutorials and user guides in the coming months. These resources are designed to help traders navigate the platform and will cover a wide array of topics, from account opening to advanced trading tools.