Now algorithms are responsible for charity-giving thanks to Woodward Financials

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A charity for women with cancer has received a £1,040 donation following investment decisions powered by a super algorithm.

David Woodward of Woodward Financials used his algorithm to invest £1,000 of his own money to get the ball rolling. His algorithm made 32 profitable trading opportunities which netted more than 200 per cent, with zero losses.

The profits of £1,040 were delivered to charity, Victoria’s Promise.

Victoria’s Promise is a non-profit charitable organisation that supports young women facing a cancer diagnosis. The charity aims to instil a sense of empowerment and fortitude in these women. This is achieved by providing a nurturing community of like-minded individuals, as well as the tools required to build up their empowerment and resilience.

David has been working on his profitable in-house algorithm for more than five years at Woodward Financials, which can be used to identify profitable opportunities in trading markets such as FX and long-term indices including FTSE 100 and Dow Jones.

The algorithm employs complex rules to be used alongside trading applications which can offer keen insights to guide solid investments.

David said: “The more investors that become clients of Woodward Financials, the more we’ll be able to help charities like Victoria’s Promise. It’s an excellent way for clients to get involved by nominating their own favourite charities when they work with us.”

Woodward Financials are independent financial advisers with offices located in Windsor, Newbury, Swindon and Cheltenham, as well as support offices in Wiltshire.