What buyers are willing to pay and what sellers are willing to accept is the basis for stock trading (along with just about anything). In the stock markets, these values are known as the BID and the ASK, and we’ll run you through what they mean here in The Wealth Academy.
Bill Valentine, CFA is the President and Portfolio Manager at Valentine Ventures, LLC, a wealth management firm located in Bend, Oregon. A financial educator, Bill puts out weekly market updates via The Hog Blog.
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i was hoping to learn about the lots
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Explained in 3 minutes, thanks!!!
Good explanation! Thank you!
very helpful, thank you!
Are we talking about a dealer perspective or a broker to broker for client?
You explained this better than all the others I have read or heard on youtube, thanks
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Bid meaning buyer Ask means seller ???
Very clear explanation. Thank you.
Bid amount meaning in a supply tender
In TD Broker when we enter "Market" for price , will that be the Ask price ?
I feel the energy the dynamics.
So what DRIVES the bid and ask price? Does it have anything to do with order limits placed?
Thanks for this video
I got a question please:
if there's 100 of us who are willing to buy/sell the stock at a specific price, how will mine be hit?
Is there an order of priority?
Also, what if sizes of two matched bid/ask price do not match, which one is to follow?
thanks for the simple clear explanation.
Thank you, this was really helpful
Would be nice if you added market and limit orders to the discussion, you almost did. And…. Explain the bid ask, ratio.
It sounds like your last sentence is not finished. Lol
Thank you this video helps a lot however your bid/ask examples were very close together and what made me want to look this up was a stock I was looking at today which has a much bigger price gap.
BID/ASK 25.26 / 43.00 (SNCR)
Why is there so much difference between the ask and bid for this stock at this time?
15 second intro is way too long so. thumbs down.