How to Compute the Liquidity Cost in the Orders-Driven Market?
The Review of Finance and Banking, 2011, vol. 03, issue 1, 007-019
The paper proposes a new method based on stochastic processes theory in order to analyze the equilibrium on the financial markets under asymmetrical information. The paper proposes an analytical formula for the liquidity cost in the orders-driven market taking into consideration the presence of the informed and uninformed investors on the market. This formula is obtained taking into the consideration the fact that an investor who places a limit order offers an option to the rest of the market which can be exercised against him.
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