Is algorithmic trading the future for credit?


Algorithmic trading means a variety of things to different people, but in its broadest sense, users rely on algorithms - complex mathematical formulas - to decide when financial instruments should be bought or sold according to a pre-defined strategy.

Often interpreted simply as automated trading, a computer model rather than an individual, decides when to buy or sell a stock, security or asset. That decision might be triggered when a stock, security or asset hits a certain price - or when the

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