dark liquidity pools


Secretive actions conducted by large brokerages to make transactions outside of the markets so that the trades will not adversely affect the price of large sections of stock. Institutional investors commonly use dark liquidity pools as a method of concealing their investors or investments. Because the prices of these transactions are concealed, investors are typically able to receive a lower price.
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