Statistical Arbitrage

Statistical arbitrage is the practice of taking advantage of differences in prices between two markets, usually by buying goods that are cheaper in one market and selling them in another.

This is done to make profits by reducing the amount of money that has to be devoted to investing in one market rather than another.

Statistically, arbitrage opportunities are typically rare, but they can exist when the prices of two markets differ by a small amount.

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