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Investment Success: Leverage Liquidity to Your Advantage 2023

Investment Liquidity into your advantage in 2023

The investment approach in fundamental principle is to look for liquidity when trading volatility. Investors and traders often benefit

significantly more from assets with a high degree of liquidity than those with a lower level of liquidity. 

Investment-related fields

On a broad scale, this similar concept can be utilized in other investment-related fields. Investors, for instance, are probably much

more likely to feel at ease buying a home in a place with a dense population than in one with a sparse one. When there are more

typical transactions per year and more people looking, it is much simpler to sell a home.


The world of possibilities can be  governed by the same rules. Trading high volume investment  options has a number of

additional significant benefits as well. A recent Best  Practices article is a great place to start if you want more details on this



On the show, the hosts highlight some of the most important liquidity filters that traders can use when selecting the appropriate

underlying, including: High volume (across strikes,High open interest (across strikes), A tight bid-ask spread, Multiple expiration

cycles, Numerous strikes


Cost to buy an option

The compression of the bid-ask spread is typically the biggest benefit to investment trading highly liquid securities, even though

each of the bullet points above is significant in and of itself. The difference between the cost to buy an option (at the offer price)

and the cost to sell an option is known as the bid-ask spread.


The bid-ask spread, for instance, equals $0.30 if the bid for an option is $0.50 and the ask is $0.80. The fair market value of this

hypothetical option is $0.65 if we assume that the midpoint of the bid-ask represents fair value. This puts a trader who pays $0.80

to buy the option at a disadvantage right away because they already overpaid by $0.15 to begin the transaction.


A trader selling the option for $0.50 may also make the same argument. Since the bid-ask spreads on highly liquid options are

typically smaller, traders lose less advantage when taking a position.


The option on the right’s bid-ask spread, enables traders to initiate the position without considerably buying above or selling

below fair value.  You can see how trading out of a position might benefit from a narrow bid-ask spread.


This Best Practices article provides an overview of tastytrade’s own liquidity rankings and explains how traders may utilize them

to find appealing opportunities and steer clear of potential traps.


Crucial factors Liquidity

One of the most crucial factors in determining opportunities in a market is liquidity. Liquidity is fundamentally the result of traders’

opinions on the market being expressed collectively.


These opinions are reflected in a futures market, like any other market, by open investment  interest, or by buy or sell orders that

have been conveyed to the rest of the market but have not yet been filled. The important thing to remember is that the more

opinions that are expressed in the market, the more liquid the market is, regardless of the quantity and cost of these orders.



Because more participants and opinions are expressed on the market, the more likely it is that a single trader, like yourself, will

come across another with a different point of view and come to an understanding on a quantity and price to trade. This is why

liquidity is such a crucial component of market opportunity. 


Current asset ratios shed light on the state of a business. in particular, its capacity to meet short-term obligations. The better a

company is able to meet its short-term obligations, the higher its liquidity ratio. In contrast, this is true for businesses with low

liquidity ratios.



Risks Associated With Liquidating Inventory And Receivables

Receivables and inventories, out of all the current assets, can be the most risky and take the longest to dispose. There will

virtually always be a portion of our receivables that we are unable to collect. We shouldn’t rely on the value of the receivables as

the complete cash conversion since allowance for dubious accounts should offset the amount of lost receivables.


We are totally at the whim of the customer when it comes to the liquidation time of receivables. Clients may pay promptly, after

the fact, or not at all. When it comes to liquidation, inventory is a more extensive procedure than receivables. We rely on

consumers to buy our product at the advertised price. Before a customer makes a purchase, there is a trip to get them into the



On that journey, many things could go wrong. We need to account for a certain percentage of returned or damaged goods,

assuming a consumer really makes the transaction. It’s fairly typical to permit credit purchases. In this instance, after the sale is

made, we must wait a set amount of time before collecting money.


Of course, this poses the same risk as receivables (i.e., no payment). Certain inventory can be challenging to transport in specific

situations (i.e., sale). Making the inventory available to customers at a discount might be a first effort.


If that doesn’t work, we should think about selling to a wholesaler. This usually entails further marking down the inventory. The

inventory is currently being sold for a significant discount from its original price.

Liquidity Will Replace Fixed Assets

Some industries have significant balance sheet weights at the bottom. referring to fixed assets A good illustration is construction.

with machinery-related capital investments. This equipment used to be desirable as loan security.


The focus of the banking sector has recently moved away from collateral and toward liquidity. Because of this, businesses that

have a lot of fixed assets may want to think about leasing rather than buying. Another excellent way to increase liquidity is to rent

out existing equipment.


Another metric for liquidity is working capital, which is equal to current assets minus current liabilities. It serves as a source of

funding for corporate expansion as well. Working capital is typically kept as a proportion of revenue, based on the average for the

relevant industry.


Financial flexibility enables a business to seize chances when they come along. This can also give the business an edge over

rivals because it can quickly deploy cash when needed.






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