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What is meant by liquidity?

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You often here analyst and commentators talking about liquidity but their understanding of it is wrong. Here is what makes up liquidity. 

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You often here analyst and commentators talking about liquidity but their understanding of it is wrong. Here is what makes up liquidity. 
Mike Norman
Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

15 comments

  1. Liquidity: When I go to the bank and withdraw my balance and receive it all in cash. Liquidity- in my pocket.

  2. I can't believe this rally in the Dollar commodities up Dollar sky rocketing? WTF

  3. 4th item…tax cuts, which is of course part of Fiscal.

  4. Market CrystalBall

    In my opinion; Liquidity = Access to Capital. You gave some examples of liquidity but there are more. Wages are also another important factor for liquidity. Right now policy is developing to transfer liquidity from corporations to employees/individuals. Banks are increasing loans to individuals. Corporations paying higher wages for employees. The main thing thats happening right now is an income transfer. The new money thats flowing into the system from the government is targeted, thats where the low hanging growth will be.

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  6. Market CrystalBall

    Let's assume Liquidity= Fiscal spending + bank credit + wages. Each liquidity source would have a weighting with it based on how it impacts the economy L= (.45(FS))+(.20(BC))+(.35(W))

  7. Market CrystalBall

    Oil producers have a buyer at $90, no need to hedge.

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  11. Cryptonite Clark

    I understand that QT means that non-Government institutions can buy Securities, and that this means the interest on them goes to the non-Government. But, surely, when non-Government buys those Securities, it's a far larger transfer to the Government than that interest paid?

  12. Finance & Economics

    When I think of liquidity I think of cash.

    You're thinking of liquidity in the larger sense, at the level of large financial institutions.

  13. I had to come back and watch this video again. This video is loaded with insight!

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