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Arbitrage Trading Program

A trading strategy taking a long or short position on a stock or commodity and taking the opposite position on a futures contract. This strategy often makes use of a computer program because the transactions involved can become complex and occur in rapid succession. A trader using an arbitrage trading program usually closes the positions toward the end of the futures contract when the prices of the contract and the underlying are approximately equal. This strategy is often used in trading whole baskets of stocks.
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In consequence of the energy shifting between the different QS composing the trajectory described by each particle coming from the beam, ATPS of the double-slit experiment assumes the special state represented by quantum potential.
The following appearance of a particle in different points of ATPS is tied to the interaction of entropic energy with determined QS of the region of ATPS in exam (and which is determined by the vibration of these QS at appropriate frequencies).
In virtue of the link between quantum potential and the energy shifting between the QS composing a region of ATPS, it's legitimate to think that the negative value of quantum potential in the barrier region is tied to the particular "configuration" of QS composing such region.
All physical reality we observe and experience is constituted by QS; both ATPS in which matter is present, and ATPS in which there isn't matter, are constituted by QS.
QS constituting ATPS change their electrical charge from positive to negative in a Planck time (5.
In ATPS endowed with a granular, quantized structure, every sub-atomic particle can be seen as the result of the interaction of energy (in the "entropy-state") with one or more QS.
In this model based on ATPS, one can assume that a quantum of space changes its energy from the "non-entropy-state" to the "entropy-state," becoming a quantum of matter, as a consequence of the vibration at a certain appropriate frequency (lower than the basic one).
QS constituting ATPS vibrate at the "basic frequency" and are the "non-entropy" state of energy; QS constituting matter vibrate at appropriate frequencies (lower than the basic one) and are the "entropy state" of energy.
The trajectory described by a subatomic particle in a given quantum experiment can be seen as the consequence of the state of ATPS when that experiment is performed; ATPS assumes that state, represented just by quantum potential, because of the vibration at appropriate frequencies of some QS constituting the region of ATPS in examination, vibration which causes the interaction of entropic energy with such QS.