Take the power of trading into your own hands with our robust investing and trading tools and educational resources. GUI Functionality I have been asked a lot of questions about my GUI thing and unfortunately, people earlier failed to understand it from my explanation over here. Basically, GUI stands for a Graphical User Interface. What it does is, it provides you an easy method to change the bot credentials and prices. Without the GUI, the bot is basically just a console window (It will still remain after the GUI, but you will have this window open as well). The GUI also allows you to make permanent changes to the prices whereas the console bots can have only temporary changes (They get reset when bot restarts). Example of a GUI for a Key Trading Bot in in the attachments Process of Buying a Bot Same as before. I've been asked this question too, hundereds of times. So here is the process, in bullet points A 2010 study of 2,182 mergers between 1990 and 2007 experienced a break rate of 8.0%. 5 A study conducted by Baker and Savasoglu, which replicated a diversified risk arbitrage portfolio containing 1,901 mergers between 1981 and 1996, experienced a break rate of 22.7%. 3 The arbitrageur can expect, on average, one or two deals out of ten to break.