In secondary market , investors exchange with each other rather than with the issuing entity. a perfect example is the stock market. if you buy a stock, you are doing so with another individual who already owns the stock, as opposed to buying it from the actual company whose stock it is.the latter would occur in a primary market through an initial public offering.
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Secondary markets are an important facet of the economy. Through a massive series of independent yet interconnected trades, the secondary market steers the price of an asset toward its actual value through the natural workings of supply and demand. It is also an indicator of a nation's economic wellbeing. The increase or decrease in prices signals a growing economy or an economy heading towards a recession.Moreover, secondary markets create additional economic value by allowing more beneficial transactions to occur and create a fair value of an asset. Secondary markets also provide liquidity to the economy as sellers can sell quickly and easily due to a large number of buyers in the market.The net result is that almost all market prices—interest rates, debt, houses, and the values of businesses and entrepreneurs—are more efficiently allocated because of secondary market activity
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