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Statistical Arbitrage

In financial markets, the statistical arbitrage is also known as StatArb. In contrast to the simple arbitrage, the traders make the decision to buy or sell based on the mispricing of assets. The traders use mathematical modeling techniques or different trading strategies to identify the price inefficiencies in the market.

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