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Computers Skip Lunch, Analyze Data with Apama's Help

Traders Magazine, July 2007

Melanie Wold

New technology has given computers access to a field that was once the exclusive domain of the human brain-interpreting the news in relation to trading decisions. Elementized news feeds, where data are shredded and tagged for relevance, can now be used to trigger trading decisions by algorithmic trading systems. Progress Apama, a software provider specializing in algorithmic trading technology, and news provider Dow Jones have taken this a step further, and teamed up to give users…

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