What is the definition of EDGE in trading?

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In the realm of finance, having a trading edge means one has a short-term superiority over others trading in the same market. This edge can take numerous forms, with the two most prominent being information edge and price edge.

An advantage over the other market participants would be having access to insider trading or non-public material information. For instance, one example would be being aware of a significant agreement that will boost sales prior to others in the market.

A picture depicting billions of days of trading on the information edge can be seen below.