Stock market trader uses the world’s first AI trading software available to retail traders, reports that he made $87,000 profits in just one day
Vantagepoint, the first artificial intelligence (AI) trading software available to the retail investor and traders, helped a stock market trader to make $87,000 profits in one day.
William K. recently came on board as a Vantagepoint software customer this year and was able to use the software to make $87,000 in just one single day. William told his Software Support Specialist that he was enamored with the capability of Vantagepoint and its ability to help him with entries.
“I am new to Vantagepoint but have gained confidence in its ability to predict price movement. I go through a methodical process when entering positions and now have Vantagepoint to confirm entry and exits,” said William K., trader and Vantagepoint customer.
William’s success is a prime example of how Vantagepoint helps traders to make money despite market volatility. Using artificial intelligence, Vantagepoint gives traders advanced notice of trend changes, allowing them to enter and exit positions at the optimal time, resulting in more profitable opportunities. While this is not typical and not everybody can expect to make this much money in a single day every time, with the right tools and the right market conditions, evidently this is possible.
“We are very serious when it comes to giving our customers the chance to gain real financial freedom by utilizing our cutting-edge AI technology. Every time a customer like William finds success, it inspires our team and reminds them how important it is that we help as many traders as possible find real success in the markets,” said President of Vantagepoint ai, Lane Mendelsohn.
Although Mr. K is a new user of VantagePoint, the software itself is far from new, and in fact the software company was founded in 1979 by developer Louis B. Mendelsohn. Vantagepoint ai is the first company in the world to bring artificial intelligence forecasting capabilities to the retail investor.