The Right Equation


And yet, algorithmic trading is at a crossroads. Investment firms need advanced strategies to gain an edge, but paradoxically, these very same algorithms introduce risk when they are unleashed into markets that are fraught with volatility in the wake of the sub-prime crisis, exacerbated by a US recession. Better risk management is the battle cry these days, but how can you measure risk exposure adequately in the blink of an eye? Is allowing a formula to break up a large trade and execute it in

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