Algo Trading News Headlines 7/26/2018
Look Ma, No Code! Meet The IITians Who’ve Built A Code-Free Algo-Trading Platform
“Currently, almost 42% of the trade in the Indian market is done through automated algorithmic trading systems. But most of this trading activity is done by high net worth individuals (HNIs) and AIMs. We feel that the retail guys haven’t been given enough horsepower in it. So, we are trying to do just that,” says Ayush Gangwar, CEO of Kuants.
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Data, Data, Data! 11 Great Financial Data Vendors
Whether you’re a financial firm or an individual trader, financial data is key for putting together any good strategy. With so many vendors on the market today, many good options get lost in the noise. Here are 11 great financial data vendors.
Can using Bitcoin trading robots help you earn money?
With a set of pre-written codes that help in directing the Bitcoin Trading Robots take decisions on your behalf. Moreover, one can find these robots to be more intelligent in it and thus learn from the market trends as well.
New course in algorithmic trading at Saïd
The technique works through using algorithms to replicate patterns in behaviour, and using the resulting estimates to make investment choices, removing human bias and emotion altogether.
Although algorithmic trading has been used for some time, its dominance in financial sectors is growing, and is estimated by the School to account for 20% of hedge funds.
Quant hedge funds lose their allure as performance sags
Investor inflows to computer-powered “quantitative” hedge funds have halved this year to the most sluggish pace since 2009, after a spate of poor performance from many of the industry’s biggest players.