The dynamic approach

Issuers are opening up sophisticated investment strategies to the wider market, offering investors a whole spectrum of exposure to dynamic trading strategies and high-performance stock selection through structured products. But what are the implications for transparency and cost? Sophia Morrell reports

Algorithmic trading strategies dwell somewhere in the higher echelons of advanced investment. Selecting high-performing stocks that consistently beat benchmarks is difficult for the best of fund managers, and can require years of research by analysts with several doctorates.

Such sophistication sounds out of reach for the average retail investor. But structured products built on dynamic underlyings are making complex alpha-seeking strategies more accessible as advances filter down to the retail

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