VantagePoint Software Version 9 is Released

VantagePoint Software Version 9 is Released2017-01-04T21:58:01+00:00

VantagePoint Software Version 9 is Released

WESLEY CHAPEL, FL JULY 21, 2015

Thanks to the pioneering efforts of Louis Mendelsohn, who first released his trading software in 1991, VantagePoint has become the benchmark in the trading software industry as it combines intermarket analysis with the pattern recognition capabilities of neural networks. In the last 25 years, VantagePoint’s unique ability to transform traditional market lagging indicators into predictive market leading indicators has helped over 15,000 traders worldwide. The software has been credited throughout the financial industry for it’s incredibly accuracy, proven up to 86%.

“For the last 36 years it has been our company’s sole mission to provide individual traders with the best forecasting software available,” said Lane Mendelsohn, Vice President of Market Technologies. “This release of VantagePoint 9.0 includes the most accurate market information available as well as some great new functionality and features that our customers have requested.”

Users will be delighted to find that VantagePoint 9.0 forecasts for 67 new markets including Tesla, Facebook, LinkedIn, General Motors, Panera Bread, Pro Shares Ultra S&P 500, Michael Kors, Zillow, Keurig and Oasis Petroleum. Intermarkets have also been expanded from 25 to 31 to improve the accuracy of predictions.

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.