Quant Insight Launches Multi-Asset Analytics for Retail Traders

iQbyQi was launched to solve a problem with retail traders: 60-80% of individual online trading accounts lose money. This is out of 10 traders, only 2-3 traders are successful. . All asset classes from FX to single stocks, indices, commodities, crypto and futures are covered.

Quant Insight has launched an institutional-grade analytics product to empower retail traders in Europe and the Middle East.

iQbyQi is a cloud-based “market brain” that analyzes millions of data points in real time, understands how they are all connected to market prices, highlights opportunities and risks, then delivers “information and analytics” tailored specifically to individual traders, the firm says.

Mahmood Noorani, co-founder and managing director of Quant Insight, said: “Key insights move markets. Everything is connected and overwhelming and it is impossible for the human brain to process all this data and information in parallel. Institutional investors have always had access to cutting-edge technologies, tools and resources such as Qi. However, the democratization trend is accelerating and the launch of iQbyQi designed for individual traders is another key marker on this path.

“iQbyQi has leveled the playing field, giving retail traders a real opportunity to make better investment decisions. Individual investors now have access to a new level of insights and analytics backed by AI, machine learning and data science. Armed with this unique insight into the macro-forces that drive asset prices, individual investors will be better equipped to identify key market opportunities and risks. It’s a far cry from the myriad of subjective, conflicting, and often confusing opinions and commentary that flood retail investors every minute.

The provider of quantitative financial market analysis and business intelligence has observed that retail traders are flocking to the trading environment in a trend accelerated by the Covid 19 outbreak in 2020.

15% of all retail investors started investing in 2020, and retail investors’ share of total equity trading volume is now approaching 25%, up from 20% in 2020 and 10-15% in the previous decade, according to a recent survey by Charles Schwab. . In March 2021, retail trade accounted for almost as much as mutual funds and hedge funds combined.

eToro saw 3.1 million new registered users in the first quarter of 2021. In October 2021, trading platform Robinhood reported a 130% increase in new user accounts to 22.5 million, from 9.8 million in same quarter last year.

As the new demographics of the trading industry consolidate with the rise of the retail trader, the ecosystem now caters to DYI investors with products aimed at them, including Quant Insight’s iQbyQi.

iQbyQi was launched to solve a problem with retail traders: 60-80% of individual online trading accounts lose money. This is out of 10 traders, only 2-3 traders are successful.

Regulators around the world have taken action with restrictions on leverage and marketing while calling for investor education, but account losses remain quite high.

iQbyQi will be available through online brokers in Europe and the Middle East initially. Retail investors will receive iQbyQi information and analysis that should help them make better investment decisions.

Quant Insight has offices in London, New York, Singapore and Limassol, and provides macro insights to investment banks, hedge funds and asset managers.

“For too long, the investment world has relied on a mixture of subjective research, educated guesses and an abundance of data that has made accurate decision-making impossible. Our main goal is to help investors retail investors to make sound investment decisions that will protect their investments.

“iQbyQi is the antidote to a world where retail marketers are overwhelmed with countless subjective opinions that only lead to confusion; an antidote based on the power of data science, artificial intelligence and machine learning for better investment decisions.

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