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 What is ETF arbitrage?

Answer An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is a pool of securities bought and sold in shares, the same way that an individual stock is bought and sold. Brokers engage in ETF arbitrage when the net asset value o... Read More »
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How to Calculate Arbitrage in Forex?

Arbitrage trading takes advantage of the price quotes from separate forex (foreign exchange market) brokers and exploits those discrepancies to the trader's advantage. Trading forex arbitrage requi... Read More »
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Statistical Arbitrage Trading Strategies?

Some financiers believe that all information is reflected in the prices quoted for the market instruments. This is called the efficient market theory. However, whenever that market equilibrium chan... Read More »
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What is the difference between arbitrage princing model and Capital asset pricing model?

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Would it be true or false if the arbitrage pricing model is more elastic and acceptable for pricing a capital asset than the capital asset pricing model?

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