What are you taking (interpreting) as the normal market price to be?
Most people misunderstand how financial data works. Different brokers use different data feed sources.
Here is the list sourced from wikipedia.
- Thomas Reuters (29.4% market share)
- Bloomberg (29.2% market share)
- Interactive Data Corporation
- Moody’s Analytics
- SIX Financial Information
- SNL Financial
- Standard & Poor’s
- Net Bridge
So there is no such thing as a normal market price Busingy. Financial data vendors collect price information from all over the world. These sources include stock exchange feeds, brokers, dealer desk and numerous other regulatory agencies, for example the US Securities and Exchange commission.
The vendors then translate this incoming information into a single normalized number and sells this information back into the market place.
We have covered this issue in a complete case study of OptionBit prices, because so many traders just didn’t quite understand it.
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