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World Markets And Microsoft Partner To Offer AI-Powered Trading

Wed, 03/04/2020 - 19:32
World Markets And Microsoft Partner To Offer AI-Powered Trading
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World Markets is an award-winning firm that offers global investment opportunities and has combined Microsoft’s artificial intelligence with professional managed trading fund services.

Known as one of the most important technology companies in the world, Microsoft has been leading the way in the development of new techs since its creation more than four decades ago. Having positioned itself as a market leader, Microsoft continues to innovate by developing new technologies that other companies can harvest to create entirely new platforms capable of providing services that were only imaginable. Perhaps one of the most innovative technologies that this company is currently working with is Artificial Technology (AI).

Artificial Technology or AI can be defined as computer science where the intelligence process of humans is imitated by machines. This type of technology allows machines to continuously learn new things and reprogram themselves based on that knowledge to execute certain tasks. Microsoft has developed an AI platform capable of proving this service to companies all around the globe.

This innovative tech is already being applied in many sectors ranging from medical to oil and energy, insurance, banks, and many others. According to Microsoft, the AI Platform is set to revolutionize businesses to make products, goods, and services more intelligent. A company that has partnered up with Microsoft to offer customers a new form to invest smartly is Worlds Market.

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World Markets is an award-winning firm
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World Markets is an award-winning firm that offers global investment opportunities. Founded in 2003 as a precious metal dealer, this company has gained a reputation as a leader in the Bullion (Gold/Silver) investment industry and has since expanded its services to provide digital trading services from digital Gold, STOs and now to AI Managed Trading Accounts. With World Markets, both institutional investors such as private banks, funds, and HNW investors; and retail investors, can take advantage of all the services they provide.

World Markets has combined Microsoft’s artificial intelligence with professional managed trading fund services. Through this partnership, World Markets offers customers an AI-based trading system that reacts to every shift in the market, responding with structured market sell/buy orders that ensure far-superior results in trading. Accordingly, AI-powered bots imitate the thinking of a financial analyst who collects and processes data, learning about the market and all its history, related news, social media, exchange indicators and more. This information helps bots understand the global market trends and adjust buy/sell orders following optimized and updated data.

Additionally, AI cannot experience human emotions such as fear or greed or excitement, improving the overall result of trading. As of December 2019, World Markets had shown an average of 21.77% in returns. This innovative technology has been verified and awarded by many international financial awards such as the World Forex Award, the IAFT awards, and others.

World Markets AI Managed Trading Fund is set to change the trading industry as we know it by building an emotionless and efficient ecosystem. World Markets has invested heavily in this field and has developed super-computing systems that can conquer the most difficult markets, like cryptocurrencies.

To learn more about World Markets and their innovative AI Managed Accounts, please visit their website.

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