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Jul 05 2022 11:00 pm- 1 minutes read
Illiquidity can come in two forms:
In the corporate world, it is now having enough cash flow to meet the present financial obligations.
When referring to assets, it is thinly traded stocks, bonds, or cryptocurrency. Illiquid assets tend to have higher transaction costs along with higher spread on the bid/ask. This can result in greater slippage.
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