Buy-side use of algorithms broad, not deep

special report: algorithmic trading survey

There is no doubt that algorithmic trading tools have found traction on the buy side even though the use of such tools by buy side institutions would best be described as sporadic. This is the gist of the recently published Financial Insights and Banc of America Securities research, which predicts that demand for such services will increase significantly by 2007. By Stewart Eisenhart

Despite widespread uptake of algorithmic trading functionality in the asset management and hedge

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