Tag: Efficient Market Hypothesis
In complete markets, every possible outcome has a corresponding financial instrument, facilitating total risk mitigation. This environment is free of arbitrage and optimally processes market information. Nonetheless, achieving perfect market completeness is often elusive in practice.
Arbitrage is a financial strategy of profiting from price differences in separate markets. It involves buying low in one market and selling high in another. This tactic, which requires market knowledge and mathematical models, contributes to market efficiency and price equilibrium.