Blueberry Markets Adds Autochartist Feature to Simplify Trading

Blueberry Markets, the recently-launched Australia-based MT4 broker, has made the Autochartist market scanner available to its clients.

Autochartist is a continuous market scanner that provides trading opportunities for users to follow as part of their trading activities. It is based on support and resistance levels and was developed to provide users with a more efficient method of research and analysis.

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With a user-friendly interface and the ability for performance statistics and patterns to be displayed directly on a client’s MetaTrader 4 platform, Autochartist simplifies the trading process. 

The feature works firstly by identifying an opportunity and then by notifying the client, allowing them to make an informed investment decision.

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Autochartist features also include performance statistics on previous forecasts with the success rates of key patterns and key levels, the ability to watch all currencies and time periods from a single chart, automatic plotting of charting patterns and key levels on a client’s MetaTrader 4 platform, daily market snapshots and high impact economic news alerts.

Dean Hyde, founder of Blueberry Markets, said: “After the successful launch of Blueberry Markets, we wanted to provide prospective and existing clients a tool that will assist in their analysis and ultimately their trading. Unlike other indicators and experts, AutoChartist allows the trader to trade from one screen ensuring that they are focused at the task at hand. We understand the confusion that can occur with multi-screen systems, with multiple charts per screen, Autochartist simply makes trading easier.”

Blueberry Markets, which entered the forex trading arena last month, is an authorised representative of EightCap Pty Ltd, which is regulated by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC).