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When I sell shares online, I am given a best offer price. How is this offer calculated?
Why does the price that a person sells their stock for, vary within seconds of each other.
For example, I sell 19000 shares at 50.73p (pence un UK). Seconds before me, a seller sells identical amount of stock at a better 50.85p then seconds afterwards a seller at 50.75p for same amount of stock. How is my (disapointing) offer calculated?
it’s all based on supply and demand. If more people want to buy then sell at a particular moment, the price rises. If more people want to sell then buy at a particular, the price falls.
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