VantagePoint is showing traders in over 120 countries what will happen next in the financial markets amid historic volatility using patented global Intermarket analysis and artificial intelligence-driven predictive forecasts. Now they can trade smarter, protect their hard-earned capital, and even profit in the midst of market turbulence.
WESLEY CHAPEL, FL / ACCESSWIRE / May 1, 2020 / Lane Mendelsohn, a leading expert in the FinTech Industry and President of Vantagepoint AI, started predicting the downward spiral of oil back on January 7, 2020. That was almost two months before the Saudi-Russia price war and the market collapse on April 20 when oil was trading at negative $0.
Traders are calling Mendelsohn anxious to use his predictive software or thanking him because they already do. Mendelsohn’s company, Vantagepoint AI was the first in the world to offer independent traders the power of artificial intelligence for trading from their home computers.
“In January, our traders could see what was coming and move to protect their capital,” said Mendelsohn, “they also were able to find opportunities in the market and create some serious profits!”
VantagePoint’s artificial intelligence regularly delivers accurate predictions independent traders need to see market movements up to 3 days in advance and with up to 87.4% accuracy. And, unlike other trading software, traders are not stuck using lagging data or looking at an asset they are trading in isolation.
In the midst of historic massive volatility, markets are reacting to the coronavirus, the oil collapse, and the flat bond markets.
“If the outbreak isn’t contained soon or the oil markets aren’t stabilized, all of the traditional go-to market drivers are going to be like lead weights. Only VantagePoint helps traders see the patterns in the global markets revealing opportunities for investment and places to protect their portfolios…all thanks to the massive computing power of artificial intelligence,” Mendelsohn said.
No human can gather and analyze the data quickly enough to use if for trading decisions, especially in a volatile market like this one. Artificial Intelligence takes the emotional blind spots out of the equation and gives traders data-driven insights from machine learning to survive.
This isn’t the first time Mendelsohn has been ahead of the markets and helping traders respond accordingly; you can see more here. “I cannot imagine trading in this market without the insights provided by our software. This market is especially brutal and I’m proud that we have a service for traders that can help them survive.”
To that end, Mendelsohn is offering free, online lessons about how to use artificial intelligence to prosper. Mendelsohn also provides weekly reviews of stocks and a market outlook on the company’s YouTube channel.
“We believe in empowering traders. For anyone who purchases Vantagepoint’s A.I. software, we include 6 months of onboarding with private training from a personal coach even while traders are actively trading; we have a live, interactive online training room with guest expert traders who use our software for their own trading; we have an extensive offering of training programs and seminars; and after joining the VantagePoint Family, all of our traders are provided with ongoing online classes to help them use their software even more proficiently,” notes Mendelsohn.
Vantagepoint AI maintains an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, is recognized as the most powerful AI software for trading and has been recognized locally and nationally by organizations like Fortune Magazine for its workplace culture as well as extensive recognition for its philanthropy. Vantagepoint AI has donated more than $680,000 to date to local charities, like Shriners Hospitals for Children and the Children’s Cancer Center. The company’s founder, Louis Mendelsohn, is recognized as a Legend of Wall Street by NASDAQ; and the company’s work has been met with glowing reviews in its industry as well as thousands of reviews from customers.
SOURCE: VantagePoint Software
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