Arbitrage is an investment strategy that seeks to capitalize on price discrepancies in the market by simultaneously buying and selling assets in different markets or in different forms. Arbitrage is a popular trading strategy, as it allows traders to capitalize on price discrepancies in the markets. By exploiting these discrepancies, traders can make a profit without taking on excessive risk. There are many different types of arbitrage strategies, such as triangular arbitrage, statistical arbitrage, and convergence trading. By reading articles and watching videos about arbitrage, traders can become more familiar with the different strategies, their advantages and disadvantages, and how to apply them in the markets.
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In the world of online selling, there’s a vast ocean of opportunities to make a profit. One such opportunity is through arbitrage – the practice of buying items at a low price from one marketplace and reselling them at a higher price on another. In this article, we will delve into the intricacies of eBay […]
If you’ve already bought into the cryptocurrency trend, what’s next? How do you manage your digital assets in this new crypto world? Like in traditional stock or money markets, trading in cryptocurrencies can best be done with winning strategies like crypto arbitrage.
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The Indian governments offer for sale (OFS) of Coal India shares was fully subscribed in under four hours of trading on Thursday. The government received bids for 8.56 crore shares, against the 8.31 crore shares on offer for institutional investors. Retail investors may still invest in the OFS on Friday, with 10% of the offer reserved for them. Although the OFS has provided an opportunity for arbitrage, shares in Coal India lost almost 5% of their value on Thursday, falling to INR229.85 ($3.49).