Investment using algorithms is widely used all round the world. Algorithms fill up to 90 per cent of all the trades in a market. Interest in algorithmic trading is constantly increasing. According to a Deutsche Bank survey, which represents 435 investors who have 1.8 trillion dollars, at least one out of three investors plan to increase their investment allocation to funds based on algorithmic trading. Meanwhile, there is only one such fund in the Baltic countries – Algorithmic Trading Portfolio – which is managed by Orion Asset Management.
What is algorithmic investment? How is it different from traditional investment? What are the advantages of alternative algorithmic trading and why is their popularity increasing? All of these questions are answered in an article prepared by Aistis Raudys and Saulius Blažiūnas.
Below is a link to the article, in Lithuanian: