Concept Clarifier: Arbitrage Funds

Arbitrage is the process of buying stocks or shares in one market and selling it in another to exploit the price difference. An Arbitrage fund is a type of hybrid fund which aims to capitalise on profitable arbitrage opportunities (price differential in a stock) between cash and derivatives segments of the equity market. Thus opportunity lies in generating a good return between these differences.



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