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2. Arbitrageuse (plural Arbitrageuses) A female arbitrageur
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5. Arbitrageuses (English) Noun Arbitrageuses Plural of arbitrageuse
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7. I remember how things were in my own career then -- a middle manager says, "in this economy, people who don't do their jobs won't have jobs." - And all, in that era, because of corporate raiders -- arbitrageurs and Arbitrageuses
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Arbitrage trading is also referred to as 'convergence trading.' There are many reasons why arbitrage can exist for certain periods of time due to the following reasons: 1- All market participants are not rational. 2- Skew in supply/demand dynamics. 3- Uneven distribution of information regarding the product in the market.
A Simple Example. A classic example of arbitrage is vintage clothing. A given set of old clothes might cost $50 at a thrift store or an auction.
Arbitrage is the simultaneous purchase and sale of an asset to profit from an imbalance in the price. It is a trade that profits by exploiting the price differences of identical or similar financial instruments on different markets or in different forms.
Arbitrage is a financial strategy that involves the purchase of a security on one market and the sale of the same security for a slightly higher price on another. Speculation is based on assumptions and hunches. Arbitrage involves a limited amount of risk, while the risk of loss and profit is greater with speculation. Nov 18 2019