Bidding through the market(redirected from Bids Through the Market)
Bidding through the market
Bidding Through the Market
In general equities, referring to an investor who aggressively wants to buy securities. He/she is often willing to bid higher than the market value for a security. A buyer may bid through the market if he/she believes the price of a security is about to increase substantially. Alternatively, he/she may believe it is a good long-term investment, even if the security's market value does not yet reflect that.