Article Preview: When it comes to investing money, liquidity is a significant consideration. Liquidity is the ability to get access to your money when you need it. An instant access cash deposit account with a bank or building society is an example of a liquid investment, as are stocks traded on a listed equity market, such as the London Stock Exchange. But not all stocks or investment funds are entirely liquid, resulting in investors having their money tied up when they need or want access.
Liquidity is key when investing money
This 477-word blog post highlights some recent research and discusses the problem facing UK investors who currently hold investments they wish to liquidate, but cannot. Written on 17th July 2019.
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