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Bid vs Check with Price ranges: How Buying and Advertising Operate ☝️




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What is Bid/Check with Unfold – Explaining Bid Selling price, Check with Selling price, and Unfold http://www.money-distribute-betting.com/Inventory-current market-workings.html You should LIKE AND SHARE THIS Video SO WE CAN DO Far more

Bid vs Check with: How Buying and Advertising Operate. In this online video Mark describes the principles of bid and question costs and the distribute. This is a good online video for rookies. What is the Bid? What is the Check with? What is the Bid and Check with Unfold? Who decides the rate of Bid and Check with costs? Suppose we want to make a trade right away the rate that we can get at and the rate at which we can provide will be various.

$21.06 (BID) – $21.12 (Check with or Provide)
The difference among the BID and Check with costs is acknowledged as the distribute.

Basic principles of the Bid, the Check with, and the Bid-Check with Unfold in Inventory Buying and selling
If you want to get this stock you have to get at the Check with
If you want to provide this stock you have to provide at the BID
Bid and Check with costs are identified by buyers and sellers. For much less liquid shares we have current market makers.

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What is a Industry Maker and How do They Make Money? ☝️

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12 comments

  1. Thank you so much, helped alot.

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  2. Still a bit confused here.
    For example: yesterday I wanted to sell an ETF which I have been waiting over a year to get back to even.
    My avg was 44.50 and the ETF was at 44.52 yesterday morning.
    I figured if it kept going up, then great and in case it didn't I set a tight stop loss at 44.49. My fidelity account would not accept the trade and an error message said I was "on the wrong side of the market."

    So after some research and a phone call to fidelity, I realized the bid/ask spread was 44.52 – 44.21. that meant I needed to set my stop loss lower than the bid price.
    Needless to say I was disappointed but learned a valuable lesson.
    Never again will I ignore the bid ask spread prior to purchasing a stock of ETF.

    On a side note, the market price of my ETF dropped today and triggered my stop loss. I had a minor loss of around .5% but was happy to get out. I was down as much as 20% last year before averaging down.

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  3. Thank you for this. Awesome explanation!

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  4. If you buy the stock on the ask and it pops up .10c real fast and theres a .10c difference between the bid and ask.Would it be better to just sell it on a MARKET order?

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  5. Investment terminology is terrible…

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  6. I rarely look at bid and ask. I set my buy price lower than where I anticipate resistance and wait and it usually always executes.

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  7. Good video! Thanks

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  8. Hi sir I'm new to investment and trade. Quite confused about bid and ask. If bid does not equal ask, how could trade occur? Put it simple, if a milk is priced at 1 pound, you have to pay 1 pound to make the trade occur.

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  9. So if you wish to buy a stock its preferred to do a buy ask? or is is buy bid?

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  10. i like that you threw in market makers. but, maybe you could have just explained what the order book is and how it is used to fill orders. people might misinterpret and think that institutions some kind of special control over the price, which isn't the case

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  11. Thanks Mark Sir.

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  12. Hi Do you have a video on how to scan your charts first thing in the morning before you begin to day trade?

    E.g what to look for and the other things you would take into consideration

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