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E. there is never a shortage of investors buying and selling these stocks), it is only smaller shares – outside of the FTSE100 – that have markets makers. Any one company may have between two and fifteen market makers. The more market makers there are, the more competitive their prices have to be. Market makers have to register with the London Stock Exchange to make a market in a specified company’s shares. Once authorised, the market makers have to make continuous two-way prices – they can’t just shut up shop when the market gets difficult for them.

I tell her it’s been a good day on the markets and she says the café’s had a good day too. She thinks I was a little harsh banning the fish pie lady. I cook something for us to eat and we eat it while watching the DVD. 8pm Time for a little bit of research. I check though ADVFN Toplists and see if I can find anything interesting. Look closely at some of the day’s risers, chart breakouts and market maker buying. Have a close look at three shares, but though they look good, the market sizes are too small for my purposes.

Example You buy 1,000 shares in a company at 500p. Total value: £5,000. 50 (average) • Stamp duty: £25 Having bought the shares, you decide to sell them immediately, but because of the bid-offer spread, you may only be able to sell them at 495p. Total value: £4,950. ) So: • Total direct costs (commission + stamp duty): £50 • Indirect cost (a result of the spread): £50 46 5 – What You Need To Know To Start Trading Beginner investors sometimes forget to factor in the cost of the spread, but this is a real cost.

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