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Is there always a buyer and always a seller in the stock market?
OK, in stocks such as microsoft or coca cola, retail sellers probably shouldn’t worry if their orders are going to be executed or not – but what about small companies with penny stocks? What if even the broker can’t sell you the stock you are willing to buy?
Not always, but usually. For exchange listed stocks and NASDAQ stocks, somebody is always willing to buy at some price — but it may not be the price you want to sell at. For penny stocks on the pink sheets, not necessarily. If you are a buyer, you can probably find a seller at some price. If you are a seller, you can’t always find a buyer. Penny stocks with a small float just don’t attract interest from market makers.
PennyChase.com FAQ #7 Choosing A Penny Stock Broker