Riskless arbitrage

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Riskless arbitrage

The simultaneous purchase and sale of the same asset to yield a profit.

Riskless Arbitrage

The act of buying an asset and immediately selling the same asset for a higher price. For example, one may execute two orders at once, one to buy a security at $10 and one to sell the same security at $12. The short time frame involved means that riskless arbitrage occurs without investment; there is no rate of return or anything like it because the asset is immediately sold. One simply makes a profit on the deal.
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About C2FO: C2FO is the world's market for working capital and risk-free profit.
Governments have promoted PFI deals because such deals allow private enterprise to take risk-free profit from public expenditure and, thanks in part to massaging the figures, the benefits can be exaggerated and the borrowing kept off the public finance balance sheet.
They could also make a risk-free profit on the day with pounds 100 worth of free bets donated by Coral Eurobet and, to make getting to the track as painless as possible, they will also give our lucky winner pounds 100 towards travel expenses.
After commissions to sell on the open market, the arbitrage strategy should net you a relatively risk-free profit of one to two percent per month.
The notion that you could make a risk-free profit so easily, in such a sophisticated market, on such a highprofile fixture, ought to have provoked scepticism, but it did not.
He is now 4lb lower and, whether the draw beats him or not, he should be a fair price and there is likely to be the opportunity to lay off your initial win stake in running for a risk-free profit.
He tends to travel very smoothly so should go quite short during the race, in which case you should lay your initial stake off for a risk-free profit just in case there is a momentary lapse in concentration.
js API, available for download on GitHub, was co-developed by Tervala customer Pollenware C2FO, the global market for working capital and risk-free profit.
About half of Kuwait's 30 billion dinar ($104 billion) development is likely to be financed via state-backed loans from banks and the prospect of risk-free profits has sent lenders' shares soaring over the past month or so.
JUST imagine you were in charge of a large organisation and had the chance to introduce a new product line on the internet, with the potential to generate sales exceeding a billion pounds a year and risk-free profits of pounds 50 million.
75m workers in large companies are happily beating the share price doom and gloom that ordinary investors are struggling to avoid - and enjoying risk-free profits from the stock market.