How Profitable is Algorithmic Trading? Five Key Facts

(Last Updated On: November 26, 2013)
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How Profitable is Algorithmic Trading? Five Key Facts

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

6:00-7:00 PM EST

This webinar will discuss five key factors that drive the profitability of an algorithmic trading strategy. Topics covered will include the origins of these factors, their net impact on algorithm profits, and how they can managed. A high level summary of the presentation can be found on our website:

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This Webinar is sponsored by IB Connector – trading automated:

About Us: We are a software company that specialized in algorithmic trading. Our primary product is an algorithmic trading platform designed for rapid implementation at a low cost. The platform provides connectivity between the Interactive Brokers API and the R statistical software. This enables the collection of security prices, executing trades, position monitoring, and capital management in a real-time programming environment.

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