Whether you work with automated execution algorithms every day or not, they can be confusing. But regardless of complication, they’re necessary for every person to understand. So we put together this video to explain exactly what a quant does, and how it applies to your trading. Why automated execution algorithms? Here’s why.
RCM-X was launched as a subsidiary of RCM Alternatives in 2017 to provide trading technology and risk management services to the professional trading and investment management space. The company controls a library of execution algorithms available via front end platforms, builds custom algorithms for clients with unique parameter needs, and sells and supports the implementation of Strategy Studio software for those looking to design a solution themselves.
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