Finance: What is a Liquid Market?

A liquid market is a market featuring high trading volumes, i.e. investors actually want to put their cash to work.

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little song Did you ever see a lassie Never mind

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All right Weir Liquid markets Good Well because they implied

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there's Lots of cash ready willing and able to be

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put to work And that's usually a sign of a

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healthy risk seeking active market versus risk averse one which

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is you know hiding Ah liquid market means that investors

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want to put their cash toe work that they have

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actually saved cash along the way and or that they

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have relatively easy access to credit And you can think

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about it from the perspective of your kindly loving realtor

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who wants a world where lots of people are buying

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homes But in orderto have that happen you have to

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have lots of people who are also selling homes at

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the same time Otherwise prices just go higher and higher

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with no supply to meet demand And at the end

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of the day in real estate and it's in the

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stock market while the most important thing yes that the

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brokers get pays So that's a liquid market one that

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trades a lot like it's Wet trading back and for

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sloshing around not ice Where everything's you know all jammed 00:01:22.109 --> [endTime] up No needs heat or an animal or something