Why Is Liquidity Important?
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Learn more on why liquidity is important to consider when examining a stock, next to its share price.
Floating stock is the number of a company’s shares that are available for the public to buy and sell.
A financial market with declining asset prices fueled by investors’ pessimism, lack of confidence and negative expectations. While bear markets are partly based on actual investment performance, they are also partly based on investor psychology.
A designated market maker maintains fair and orderly markets for an assigned set of listed firms and improves market liquidity.
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Find out more about this frequently referenced, but often misunderstood, term used to describe the price at which a stock is bought or sold at.
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