Axiory Intelligence Expands its Offerings Portfolio


Axiory Intelligence has expanded its product suite by adding signals, trade ideas, market alerts, and 1-on-1 training. The company has completely rebranded itself, reinventing itself with two account types that take traders, investors, and financial enthusiasts on a personalized and targeted journey to improve their market knowledge and trading decisions.

“Axiory Intelligence was built to offer information and education, the very tools that can turn a trade around for the better,” said Axiory Intelligence CEO and Director Tomasz Wisniewski. “Now we’re giving traders the opportunity to back their trading decisions with forward-thinking analysis and investment tools”.

With detailed trade ideas, market alerts, and FCA-regulated signals provided by the renowned signal center, traders can cut through the noise and simplify their decision-making process. These tools combine human-led analysis with powerful AI technology to conduct in-depth market analysis and provide up-to-date data on hundreds of assets.

“We don’t aim to replace a trader’s critical thinking and understanding of the market. We strongly encourage traders to conduct their research,” said Wisniewski, “but the cutting-edge tools we’re providing traders will add great value, saving them time and giving them reliable information on to base their decisions”.

Axiory Intelligence is still focused on being a strong market news and education portal as when it was first launched in 2020. Market and news analysis delivery has drastically accelerated with real-time updates powered by experienced analysts and dynamic AI technology. Educational content is also fast-growing, with educational articles, infographics, videos, and pocket-sized starter guides for beginners.

“When we first launched Axiory Intelligence as a way to give back to the trading community, we had big plans to extend this project and offer more value,” said Wisniewski, “two years and many upgrades later, we’re still looking ahead and envisioning more ways to help traders”.