"Programme trading" Definition
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        Programme trading

A generic term for a variety of stock market strategies whose aim is to automatically rebalance the weightings of assets in a portfolio by shifting the holding of shares, options, and futures.Programme trades are so called because they are triggered and implemented automatically, once the parameters have been set. The method is controversial because some people believe that it injects instability into the financial markets, being liable to create sudden and steep share price movements.

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Programme trading - A generic term for a variety of stock market strategies whose aim is to automatically rebalance the weightings of assets in a portfolio by shifting the holding of shares, options, and futures.Programme trades are so called because they are triggered and implemented automatically, once the parameters have been set. The method is controversial because some people believe that it injects instability into the financial markets, being liable to create sudden and steep share price movements.


Programme trading : a generic term for a variety of stock market strategies whose aim is to automatically rebalance the weightings of assets in a portfolio by shifting the holding of shares, options, and futures.programme trades are so called because they are triggered and implemented automatically, once the parameters have been set. the method is controversial because some people believe that it injects instability into the financial markets, being liable to create sudden and steep share price movements.