Systematic trading involves using pre-defined rules and algorithms to make trading decisions.

It is a popular approach among institutional investors and hedge funds.

Systematic trading strategies can be based on technical analysis, fundamental analysis, or a combination of both.

Algorithmic trading is a subset of systematic trading that involves using computer programs to execute trades automatically.

Risk management is a crucial aspect of systematic trading, and traders must have a clear understanding of their risk tolerance and position sizing.

Backtesting and optimization are important tools for developing and refining systematic trading strategies.