By Fuquan Bilal
Arbitrage is both a very basic concept and a high level strategy deployed by sophisticated investors and entrepreneurs. It’s used for efficiently creating great profits, with a lot less hassle and stress. So, how does it work? Who is using it? How can you apply it?
Who Uses Arbitrage to Supersize their Potential & Paychecks?
- Google with its ad services
- Governments at all levels, with taxes and funding
- The biggest financial institutions and brokers
- Banks and funds
- Amazon and Walmart
- The Concept
According to the dictionary definition, arbitrage is:
“The simultaneous buying and selling of securities, currency, or commodities in different markets or in derivative forms in order to take advantage of differing prices for the same asset.”
The Cracks in the Market
Those leveraging arbitrage are those that see the gaps in the market. Gaps in the supply and demand chain.
Today so many have fallen into the temptation to try and do it all. Most just don’t do it very well. At least not nearly as efficiently or profitably as they could. They stunt their potential and under serve by trying to do too much, without being experts or having the time or hiring pros in all the different areas and roles involved.
Know what you’re best at. What you love. Outsource the rest to someone you can trust.
Maybe you are great at finding assets, rehabbing, or selling houses. That’s great. Let someone else pick up the other parts. You’ll enjoy what you are doing more. You’ll do a lot better at what you are focusing on. You can go a lot bigger.
In this space it means, you raise the money, and you put it to work with someone like us. For example; you may be great at raising money at 4%, we might pay out double that. You get the difference. All with NONE of the work. Network, meet investors, collect checks, put it to work, get checks back. Done.
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