Algorithmic investment strategies

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Over the past two to three years we have seen investment processes going first from static to thematic and now to strategy and research based. This closely mirrors the approach of index providers and fund managers. The first evolution saw static stock and index baskets being optimised for price efficiency. Bespoke indexes were next introduced in which the stocks underlying the index would change over time, while maintaining the same sector or investment rationale. More recently, evolution in

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