VantagePoint Software Releases New Version 9.1
WESLEY CHAPEL, FL AUG 1, 2016
VantagePoint Trading Software, first released in 1991 by software pioneer Louis Mendelsohn, has become the gold standard in the trading software industry due to its uncanny ability to apply Artificial Intelligence to the financial markets to recognize patterns and make predictions with up to 86% accuracy. In the last 25 years, VantagePoint’s unique ability to transform traditional market lagging indicators into predictive market leading indicators has helped more than 15,000 traders worldwide to achieve real financial success.
“You can’t just create a great product and expect it to always be great. At Market Technologies, we are ongoing research and development that will lead to continued improvements and enhancements that will add value for our users” said Lane Mendelsohn, Vice President of Market Technologies. “VantagePoint 9.1 offers improvements to the overall accuracy and precision, which is crucial when talking about the financial markets. We’ve always been able to add forecasts for hundreds of popular stocks that our customers have requested.”
VantagePoint Software customers will be delighted to find that version 9.1 offers forecasts for more than 150 new markets including Advance Auto Parts, Charter Communications, Foot Locker, Under Armour, Domino’s Pizza, Williams-Sonoma, Hanes Brand and many more. New intermarkets have also been added for up-to-date global market analysis.
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.