London-based firm is already running an introductory training course on algos
A newly created training firm is planning
to launch its flagship algorithmic training course in November,
helping fledgling traders to create and trade their own
portfolio of algos.
The London Institute Of Algorithmic
Trading (LIOAT) is planning to launch the new training
programme after identifying a gap in the market, in addition to
its already-available introduction course.
The flagship algo course – which
runs for 12 months and comes at a cost of "around
£50,000" - will provide a comprehensive training
programme across four areas: trading; algorithmic trading;
quantitative trading; and professional trading.
The new course will add to
LIOAT’s current offering. The firm already runs an
introductory course which lasts four weeks and sees students
visit the organisation – which is operating out of 25
Copthall Avenue - three to four evenings a week for support and
direction in development of their algo trading activities.
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