arbitrage trader


arbitrage trader
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  • Conversion Arbitrage — An options trading strategy employed to exploit the inefficiencies that exist in the pricing of options. Conversion arbitrage is a risk neutral strategy, whereby the trader buys a put and writes a covered call (on a stock that the trader already… …   Investment dictionary

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  • Statistical arbitrage — In the world of finance and investments statistical arbitrage is used in two related but distinct ways:* In academic literature, statistical arbitrage is opposed to (deterministic) arbitrage. In deterministic arbitrage a sure profit can be… …   Wikipedia

  • Risk arbitrage — Risk arbitrage, or merger arbitrage, is an investment or trading strategy often associated with hedge funds. Two principal types of merger are possible: a cash merger, and a stock merger. In a cash merger, an acquirer proposes to purchase the… …   Wikipedia

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