The (major) Liquidity ProblemMauldin Economics
Individual investors generally don’t think about liquidity. You send a market order for 200 shares of something, it gets filled instantaneously, no problem.
Institutional investors have to think about liquidity a lot.
Say you have 200,000 shares of a stock to sell that only trades, on . . .
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