arbitrage

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a kind of hedged investment meant to capture slight differences in price

practice arbitrage, as in the stock market

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To offset this risk of loss, the annuity arbitrage strategy also involves the purchase of a guaranteed universal life insurance policy, designed to require level annual premiums until the death of the insured.
54 to execute the purchases called for by the arbitrage strategy.
Therefore, investors will use the short arbitrage strategy if the following condition holds:
We are pleased to offer access to a true merger arbitrage strategy delivered for the first time with the cost efficiency, transparency and liquidity of an ETF.
Clients will be able to access a volatility arbitrage strategy as well as a volatility order strategy to quickly expand their trading capabilities.
The Merger Arbitrage strategy was the strongest performer for the month, finished down 0.
Customers who use data for arbitrage strategy research can now use tick data as their primary options price source.
The key component of any Convertible Arbitrage strategy is a hedge fund manager's ability to capitalize on pricing inefficiencies between convertible securities and share prices of the issuing company's stock.
We've seen increased interest from financial advisors and RIAs in our merger arbitrage strategy," said Chris Pultz, portfolio manager of the Kellner Merger Fund.
The Merrill Lynch Equity Volatility Arbitrage Index seeks to replicate the returns of an S&P 500 volatility arbitrage strategy employed by many actively managed hedge funds.
Overall, arbitrage managers produced a slight loss, as indicated by the Market Neutral Arbitrage strategy index's -0.
VAN also calculates four sub-strategy indices within the Market Neutral Arbitrage strategy.