Statistical Arbitrage
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Statistical Arbitrage is a profit situation as a result of pricing inefficiencies concerning securities. Investors distinguish the arbitrage scenario through mathematical modeling tactics. Statistical arbitrage isn’t without risk; it depends heavily on the ability of market prices to return to a famous or predicted usual. As a dealing strategy, statistical arbitrage is a heavily quantitative and computational method of equity trading. It has developed into major force in both hedge resources and investment banking institutions.

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