Terms

Arbitrage

Arbitrage

Considered a risk-free profit for the trader, arbitrage is essentially buying a security in one market and at the same time, selling it in another market at a higher price, thereby profiting from the temporary difference in prices. It is a trade that profits by exploiting price differences of similar financial instruments on different markets.

Entities

FX Market

Entity Types

Market

Terms

Behavioral Finance
Risk Tolerance
Security

Mentioned by the Following

Entities

Akanthos Capital Management
Appaloosa Management
Canyon Partners
Clearview Trading Advisors Inc
Elliott Investment Management
Fir Tree Partners
GAMCO Investors
Galaxy Digital
GeoInvesting
Jabre Capital Partners
KLS Diversified Asset Management
Karman Line Capital
Millennium Management
Miller Value Partners
Nickel Digital Asset Management
Oceanwood Capital Management
Paulson & Co
Rangeley Capital
Sunny Asset Management
Symmetry Investments
The Ambrus Group
Vulpes Investment Management

People

Alan Gula
Art Hogan
Brett Carron
Cormac Leech
Dan Loeb
Eric Mindich
Etienne de Marsac
George Silva
Gontran de Quillacq
Hart Lambur
Hawes Bostic
Ivan Boesky
Izzy Englander
Jamie Dinan
Jason Mann
Lex van Dam
Maj Soueidan
Mark Gordon
Mark Orsley
Michael Kao
Ophir Gottlieb
Paul Lewis
Reade Griffith
Rich Booth
Said Haidar
Stephen Kelso
Steve Sosnick
Theodore Barnhill
Tom Lott
Troy Gayeski
Warren Mosler
William Goetzmann
William Techar

Positions

Contributor’s Corner
Investment Philosophies
Mastering the Commodities Markets
SuperCash
Taxes, Loans and Inflation
The Dhandho Investor
The Handbook of Fixed Income Options
The Market Taker's Edge
The Mathematics of Financial Modeling and Investment Management
Trade Like Warren Buffett
Warren Buffett and the Art of Stock Arbitrage
You Can Be a Stock Market Genius

Publication Types

Hedging

Strategies

Algorithmic Trading
Backwardation
Merger Securities