Illiquid

An asset not readily convertible into cash. Illiquid investments include antique cars, paintings and stamp collections. An illiquid security is one without an active secondary market

Illiquid

An asset or investment that cannot readily be converted into cash.
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Illiquid

In the context of corporate finance, the absence of cash flow needed to fulfill financial debts and meet obligations. In the context of investments, describes a thinly traded investment such as a stock or bond that is not easily converted into cash. Illiquid securities have high transactions costs. Often the bid-ask spread is very wide.
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Illiquid

Term referring to a security that cannot be easily sold in the open market. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Illiquid

A corporation's dividend that is declared in violation of its charter and/or of state laws, typicall
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