Liquidity, in financial terms, measures how quickly an asset may be turned into cash with a minimal loss of value. The United States is blessed with a broad, deep, liquid stock market. Several factors contribute to the nature of the stock market, perhaps most important among them are competition, regulation and the fact that for every investable company there is, in the vast majority of cases, only one security.
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