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Is it possible to “Buy Up the Ask”?

If Level II for a given ticker is showing that the top ten sell orders currently displayed total 25,000 shares. Then a buyer were to enter a market order for 25,000 shares, would the order "buy up" ...
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What do the Sizes on Bid/Ask Quotes Mean?

I have a basic question regarding equities. For this example, assume that I have a quote for KO stock which says the following: Current Price = $39.00 | Bid = 38.99 x 6800 | Ask = 39.00 x 4300 What ...
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Multiple people interested in an Apartment

I own a four family building which I am actively renting. Every time I go to rent it I raise the rent slightly and I check the comparables in the area to make sure I am still not pricing myself out ...
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Can a trade happen “in between” the bid and ask price?

According to Investopedia: By looking for trades that take place in between the bid and ask, you can tell when a strong trend is about to come to an end. This is because these trades are often ...
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Bid-Ask at market open, which comes first? [duplicate]

I am trying to get a grasp on how the bid-ask match maker works, in particular for options as there is less volume and fewer market orders. Lets say I own an option, and place a limit sell order for $...
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What extra information might be obtained from the next highest bids in an order book?

In this article here, Level 2 explains its components. One component is: Highest bid prices: The highest 5 or 10 prices (depending upon the market) that traders are willing to pay to buy a ...
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Is it possible to lower the price of a stock while buying?

Lets say the bid is 49.98 and the ask is 50.01, the midpoint is 50. Is it possible to intentionally place limit orders at 49.99, have them filled, then place limit order at 49.98, have them filled, ...
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Could someone explain this scenario about Google's involvement in the wireless spectrum auction?

Could someone explain this: What will that mean? If history is any guide, Page’s idealistic impulses could result in a vaster, more sprawling company. In 2008, Google participated in an FCC ...