Arbitrage represents an opportunity for low risk profit from discrepancies in prices of financial instruments. While Supply and Demand is the primary driving factor behind financial markets, a change in one of these factors can affect the price of an asset. To successfully profit from such an opportunity one must spot the differences in price. In other words, if one and the same product is traded on two markets at different prices, one may profit from arbitrage. In today’s financial markets, traders use automated trading systems that rely on algorithms to spot these discrepancies and profit before the market reacts.