VantagePoint’s Artificial Intelligence Featured in Wealth and Finance International

Wesley Chapel, FL, June 30 2017 – Lane Mendelsohn, Vice President of artificial intelligence trading software development company Market Technologies, has been featured in the June 2017 publication of Wealth and Finance International for the company’s dedication and contributions to advancing technology in the financial industry.

Wealth & Finance June 2017 cover

The UK based publication, which provides the latest industry news to fund managers as well as institutional and private investors, reaches more than 130,000 high net worth investors and receives over 398,000 online page views each month.

In the article “Applying Artificial Intelligence to the Financial Markets Proves Profitable,” Mendelsohn tells the story of how Market Technologies grew from its early ‘one-man’ beginnings into a multi-million dollar, Inc. 500 company that has managed to remain at the forefront of innovation and customer satisfaction for nearly 40-years.

“In today’s globally connected markets, traders need every advantage they can get. If they’re relying out-dated tools it will be hard for them to get ahead,” said Mendelsohn. “Artificial Intelligence has really made an impact on various industries in the last few years and that impact is only going to become greater. Our software has been utilizing Artificial Intelligence since 1991 and gives traders a major edge in the markets.”


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About Market Technologies. Founded by Louis B. Mendelsohn in 1979, Market Technologies is an Inc. 500 company headquartered in the Tampa Bay area. It is the recognized global leader in market trend forecasting with customers in well over a hundred countries worldwide. Market Technologies develops proprietary trend forecasting and market timing technologies that utilize artificial intelligence and intermarket analysis to forecast commodity and financial markets throughout the world. These include, but are not limited to, stocks, stock indices, ETFs, energies, interest rates, currencies, metals, grains, meats, softs, and Forex, all covering more than 2600 world markets.