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When a security is traded in two markets, a trader can simultaneously buy in one market and sell in another to profit risk free from the price differentiation between the two. This practice can be applied to indexes and futures contracts. It can also be applicable to a disparity in the current market price of a security and its intrinsic value. It is said that a perfect market will provide no opportunity for arbitrage.