This Company Wants To Put A Stock Trader In Your Pocket, Aims To Become The Household Name For Algorithmic Trading

Jessica N. Abraham
12 min readSep 27, 2022
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Putting a stock trader in your pocket, one company aims to become the household name for algorithmic trading — compliant with known United States Securities and Exchange Commission (S.E.C.) regulations and available to a wide range of retail investors across the United States.

Regardless of trading experience, PeakBot works on behalf of its users to maximize gains while minimizing losses — a little robot crunching numbers in real-time, so you don’t have to spend countless hours planning how and when to close a position. It’s the Thumbelina of finance and the soon-to-be hero of every portfolio — of every smart trading strategy and smart traders everywhere.

The platform itself automates trades with rapid, unbiased responses to ongoing market conditions. And much like a professional trader, it elevates trading experiences by defending each portfolio, one trade at a time. Through automated, algorithmic trading, the risks of volatile markets are shielded from the downside, while PeakBot works overtime to capture the upside.

Problems Traders Face When We Don’t Use An Automated Bot

In just a few years, we’ll look back at a time when automated trading bots simply did not exist for the retail investor. We’ll realize how much time and emotion we’ve manually put into making well-thought trading strategies that didn’t pan out as we expected.

We’ll see hits and misses, wins and lost opportunities. And whether we HODL or “paper hand,” we’ll ultimately realize just how many dollars we left unwittingly on the table.

An effective strategy typically takes hours of research and monitoring of market data.

There are often way too many factors in deciding whether we should hold a position or to just let it fly. But at the same time, we don’t want to “execute a sell” too late or too early — because simply…

Jessica N. Abraham

Jessica N. Abraham writes about Business, Technology and Career Development. | Twitter: @jessicanabraham