This episode dives deep into the math and people behind what most people take for granted or don’t even know they need to improve their trading – execution algorithms. We cover Orlando as a favorite vacation spot (What&^%), what/who is a quant, working with students at Notre Dame, UCLA, and Illinois, how even a slow trader can benefit from fast execution, algos named Prowlers, Snipers, Leggers, and….R2-D2 as a vacuum cleaner.
RCM-X is a trading technology and risk management services company, and as you might guess from the name, a subsidiary of RCM Alternatives. We sit down and chat with their top two people - Joe Signorelli, RCM-X Managing partner, and David Don, COO/Head of Algorithmic Trading – and dive into the background of RCM-X, what execution algorithms really are, how they're implemented in modern day trading firms, and why they're important for more firms than you might think. We also discuss the RCM-X University program, which is a cool way this innovative group is bridging the gap between academia and professional trading firms to help build a solid base of future talent of the industry through top college programs.
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