By M. Rogan LaBier
Not anything has replaced the markets extra within the previous couple of years than the appearance of direct entry, the mix of NASDAQ point II rates and direct order routing which jointly permit savvy investors to "hit" bids and provides and pass up opposed to the marketplace makers. yet simply gaining access to those instruments isn't sufficient. understanding how one can use the tools-quickly and expertly-is key. within the NASDAQ Trader's Toolkit, a former industry maker finds the secrets and techniques of NASDAQ buying and selling platforms.
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Note that in this stock there are very few buyers relative to sellers. There is very little ARCA or ISLD activity, and “direction indicator” is not configured here. However, there is an awful lot of volume on the sell side, and very little on the bid. 5 Yahoo (YHOO) ipants on the bid are showing the smallest size possible—only 100 shares each. And several thousand are offered. Again, if rules of supply and demand hold true, unless something changes, this stock may be headed down, at least in the short term.
When a market participant ID shows alongside a quote in the new Level II window, this is said to be an “attributable order”—one that may be attributed to that specific market participant. And theoretically, there could be many attributable orders by the same market participant at different quoted prices/sizes, according to the new rules. However, there also will be nonattributable (anonymous) quotes. These nonattributable quotes will be designated (in aggregate of all nonattributable quotes at that price level) the market participant id “SIZE” for display in the Level II.
If the change in direction is zero, a plus sign will show; however, the market participant has not changed his price recently. Also note how many shares are offered relative to the number of shares bid (300 bid, 5,900 offered). If some selling starts, this stock may move down quickly. , if players aren’t hiding size), a market sale of only 1,600 shares at this point would drop the price a full point. ” In the long-ago days of sail, a ship, particularly a warship, could get itself into a position of being “in irons” (stuck motionless, dead in the water) by the wind.