FCA-regulated ThinkMarkets revealed that its clients will henceforth have access to real-time insights on a wide range of asset classes based on quantitative methods.
The multi-asset brokerage that offers commodity products, CFDs, and forex, recently added Trading Central to its numerous offerings to its clients. This has improved the company’s product offerings and will enable clients to optimize their trading experience with practical trading analysis.
Real-time Insights on different asset classes
In a press released by ThinkMarkets, the company stated that it is collaborating with Trading Central to offer live account holders the opportunity to have real-time knowledge in different asset classes via quantitative methods. It will also provide expert views for clients to improve their institutional-grade trading strategies. With the integration, clients will be assisted to better understand the possible risk/reward opportunities in the financial market.
With this new development, ThinkMarket’s clients can easily gain access to daily newsletters as well as other features they will get from the integration. Such features include the Alpha-generation indicator, which is the analytics views of the signature chart through the online portal of trading central.
The integration will also give clients access to AI daily featured and AI analysis with 10 trade opportunities.
Expanding the footprint of ThinkMarkets
Trading Central has several offices in different regions, including offices in London, Paris, Hong Kong, and New York. It analyzes more than 850,000 trading instruments.
The integration means that all ThinkMarkets live account clients can freely use Trading Central, particularly those using the Metatrader 4 and 5 versions.
“Trading Central is free to all Think Markets live account clients using the Metatrader 4 and Metatrader 5 platforms” the firm pointed out.
When the clients log in their details, they can discover and validate new opportunities. They Can also monitor and time their trades, manage their risks, and learn about financial markets. They can do all these while working on their portfolio.
ThinkMarkets is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The company recently stretched out to other regions, including its licensed South African firm.
As it stands, the broker is offering both local and international products such as currencies, stock indices, stock CFDs, as well as commodities through its trading platform.