Money market instruments include short-term, marketable, liquid, low-risk debt securities.
I was wondering about the differences and relations between "marketable" and "tradable." Thanks!
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Tradable is a much broader term than marketable. For example, some programmers/developers sell their services online, hence programming is a tradable service. However, it is not a security nor is it marketable since it cannot readily be converted to cash. All marketable securities are, by definition, tradable.