Tickeron Gives Penny Stock Trading New Life With AI-Powered Trading Features

Tickeron Gives Penny Stock Trading New Life With AI-Powered Trading Features

Tickeron, an artificial and human intelligence platform delivering unparalleled trading insights and analysis, introduces its Intraday Pattern Feed and Trend Prediction Engine features for penny stocks. This technology uses artificial intelligence to scan the market and find penny stocks that offer the most valuable trading opportunities for self-directed investors.

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While penny stocks often have a reputation as bad investments, they can be very lucrative with the right guidance and education. One of the most significant reasons to trade penny stocks is in the name: they are cheap. High profile stocks like Google and Tesla require tens of thousands of dollars to make large profits quickly. Penny stocks, albeit risky, offer retail traders the possibility of a high profit in a much quicker time frame.

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Tickeron, a subscription-based market intelligence platform, has developed a range of fundamental analysis metrics for evaluating the penny stocks that will get self-directed investors those quick and lucrative returns. The artificial intelligence is programmed to conduct this fundamental analysis for the investor and not only discovers patterns, but also checks if they worked out well in the past. Knowing the success rate in the past allows artificial intelligence to establish the odds of success in the future.

“With tools such as the Intraday Pattern Feed and Trend Prediction Engine, investors can stop avoiding penny stocks. While they have long been marginalized as being too risky, retail investors can be quite successful trading penny stocks,” said Sergey Savastiouk, CEO of Tickeron. “These features provide the tools that educate investors and minimize risk by developing statistics and guidance about potential trades.”

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