Algorithmic trading growth contingent on buy-side uptake

While the algorithmic program providers have been madly producing new product for hedge funds, it is the buy side that will decide whether the industry continues to grow

Growth of the algorithmic trading market will increasingly depend on whether mainstream investment management firms adopt these capabilities, according to a new report from the Aite Group titled Algorithmic Trading: Hype or Reality?

According to the study, quantitative hedge fund managers and brokers have thus far played primary roles in driving algorithmic trading, but sustained growth now requires more substantial buy-side participation.

The algorithmic trading area has been a hot field in

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