In India, stocks trade in two exchanges – NSE & BSE – It means you can do arbitrage trade by buying in one and selling in another. Article updated in 2021 for Interoperability of Exchanges
Arbitrage funds use the price difference in the cash and derivatives segment to generate returns. They aren’t for the NSE and BSE cash segment arbitrage.
Answer to all algo trading questions. Does Algo Trading Work? Do I need to be a programmer to Algo Trade? How Investors use Algo Trading? And many such faq’s
Answer to reader’s question: Can I sell in BSE shares which I have purchased in NSE?
Answer to question – I can make X% in FD and am able to grab a loan at much lower interest rate. Should I Opt for it?
Today the price of Fame India in NSE and BSE varies by 50 Paise and so it means that the amount of units purchased before can be sold in NSE and repurchased in BSE again.