The main characteristics of a market’s quality are represented by:
There are other possible attributes of liquidity and the way to measure it, for example:
– The frequency with which an asset is traded may be considered as an indicator of the liquidity of that asset
– The resiliency of a market which makes trades less liable to be made at inappropriate prices. In fact, a market is resilient if temporary price changes due to temporary order imbalances quickly attract new orders to the market that restore reasonable share values.
– Liquidity may be described as the ability to trade quickly at prices that are reasonable in light of underlying demand and supply conditions
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