Thinking outside the black box


The buy side is currently abuzz with products and services geared towards the current algorithmic trading phenomenon sweeping the industry. But Stewart Eisenhart explains that all algorithms were not created equal, and comparing one offering with another typically poses more challenges than it solves

Algorithmic trading, long the domain of highly quantitative hedge fund and buy-side shops, has started garnering more attention from the mainstream investment management arena as electronic trading

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