The Macqwerty app lets you invest in foreign stocks and annuities from one app. In addition, Macquarty’s core service, ‘Digital Investment Fund in My Hand’, can be professionally managed in one app.
Macqwerty explained that it was decided not only to stick to the basic properties of a fast and easy stock app, but also to provide quality data and professional features.
Macqwerty plans to officially introduce the new integrated platform through a beta test in the form of a pre-trial group that allows users to experience new integrated applications in advance by October 31.
Macqwerty said the app “will enable more convenient and smart investments through a customer-centric interface and AI (artificial intelligence) technology-based personalization.” Macqwerty has a range of services aimed at digitally tailored asset management in its application. This application is a service that Macqwerty has collaborated with Nasdaq to provide customers who trade stocks with extended information about the quotes and balances of individual stocks. This service is free for all customers. Macqwerty has focused on providing the same trading environment as all trading by expanding the asking price and balance of individual stocks to 20 levels in the US market.
A Macqwerty official said, “Efforts to create a mobile transaction environment that support rational investment decision-making are necessary to prevent instant and speculative transactions due to the accessibility and convenience of mobile transactions through applications.” An official added, “We will make more convenient and smart investment possible through customer-oriented interfaces and personalization based on AI (artificial intelligence) technology.”
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