Statistical Arbitrage (Stat Arb)
In the world of finance, Statistical Arbitrage (or Stat Arb) refers to a group of trading strategies which utilize mean reversion analyses to invest in diverse portfolios of up to thousands of securities for a very short period of time, often only a few seconds but up to multiple days.
Known as a deeply quantitative, analytical approach to trading, Stat Arb aims to reduce exposure to beta as much as possible across two phases: "scoring" provides a ranking to each available stock according to investment desirability, and "risk reduction" combines desirable stocks into a specificallydesigned portfolio aiming to lower risk. Investors typically identify arbitrage situations through mathematical modeling techniques.
Statistical arbitrage strategies are market neutral because they involve opening both a long position and short position simultaneously to take advantage of inefficient pricing in correlated securities.
Investors often refer to statistical arbitrage as “pairs trading.”
Statistical arbitrage uses an investment strategy to actively make a profit that exceeds existing benchmarks (indices), and also to reduce risk to an absolute minimum.
In the world of finance, statistical arbitrage (or Stat Arb) refers to a group of trading strategies which utilize mean reversion analyses to invest in diverse portfolios of up to thousands of securities for a very short period of time, often only a few seconds but up to multiple days.
Known as a deeply quantitative, analytical approach to trading, Stat Arb aims to reduce exposure to beta as much as possible across two phases: "scoring" provides a ranking to each available stock according to investment desirability, and "risk reduction" combines desirable stocks into a specificallydesigned portfolio aiming to lower risk. Investors typically identify arbitrage situations through mathematical modeling techniques.

Statistical arbitrage is a group of trading strategies employing large, diverse portfolios which are traded on a very shortterm basis.

This type of trading strategy assigns stocks a desirability ranking and then constructs a portfolio to reduce risk as much as possible.

Statistical arbitrage is heavily reliant on computer models and analysis and is known as one of the most rigorous approaches to investing.
OFEK CONSALTING D.O.O., having the status of a broker, in its work in the market, uses the mathematical and computer models developed by the Company. That allows you to achieve very good, both in favorable and in adverse economic and market conditions.
The strategy used by OFEK CONSALTING D.O.O. allows attracting Investors' money in order to further invest them in valuable assets in the market, with minimal risks for Investors. The purpose of these actions is to make a profit for the Company, from the difference between the earned interest and the interest paid by Investorm, in the form of dividends.
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