The real world of trading has costs that are associated with them. You have trading costs like commissions, exchange fees, etc. You must factor in the spread of the market price when determining your break even. It should be rather obvious then that a liquid market will allow you the chance at entering and exiting the market with minimum impact on market pricing.
Reading Material, November 30, 2011 – US/EU FTA and the EFSF
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BBSI, NHPR.OB, LQDT, ORFG.PK, LINC - CRWESelect.com Stock Report! Barrett Business Services, National Health Partners, Liquidity
Barrett Business Services, Inc. (NASDAQ:BBSI) will announce its 2010 fourth quarter operating results on Wednesday, February 9, 2011, after the market close and will hold its regular quarterly conference call, Thursday, February 10, 2011, at 9:00 a.m. PT. The dial-in number for this conference call is 877-214-1511 and the call identification number is 42072859.
Dollar to Rally as Investors Become More Risk Averse
Aversion to risk is helping to put pressure on the EUR USD. A key 50% price at 1.4762 however, has slowed down the rate of the decline. If this area fails to hold, then look for a further decline to 1.4696. Traders are starting to realize that we may be nearing the end of the “easy money” cycle and a shift in sentiment may be taking place.
Equity Traders Lighten Up Ahead of U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls Report
End of 2007 Stock Market Review – Weathering the Financial Turmoil of a Credit Crunch
The blowup of two Bear Stearns Hedge Funds in the second half of June was the tipping point for the stock market in 2007. Those two blowups and their announcement that there would be little or no money left to return to their investors had a direct impact on credit crunch of 2007. That event, more than any other triggered the drying up of LBO's, M&A's, and liquidity in the credit markets.