1 Liquid Market - the degree to which market participants are willing to buy...
A market is liquid if it is broadly traded, where buying and selling can be accomplished with small price changes and the bid/ask spreads are narrow.
A characteristic of a security or commodity market with enough units outstanding to allow large transactions without a substantial change in price. Institutional investors are inclined to seek out liquid investments so that their trading activity will not influence the market price.
The amount of business conducted in a given market or stock. Where possible you always want to trade products that have good liquidity primarily because they are cheaper to trade due to tight bid-offer spreads. An example of a liquid stock would be any FTSE 100 company.
markets or instruments are described as being liquid, and having depth, if there are enough buyers and sellers to absorb sudden shifts in supply and demand without price distortions
The ease in which a purchase or sale can be made without disrupting existing market prices.