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The Nasdaq was established in 1974 as a way for stock exchange professionals and investors to get a more consolidated and simplified method of trading stocks and options throughout North America. The Nasdaq is a global electronic marketplace for buying and selling securities, hence the name Nasdaq. The Nasdaq is a market maker’s market where a stock or security that is wanted for purchase is purchased from the market maker at a negotiated price and sent over the internet for trading. The Nasdaq is not a virtual marketplace. Although it has the same basic rules of a traditional marketplace, the Nasdaq does not provide traders and investors with the ability to do paper trading. Nasdaq is one of the many exchanges we teach at Traders Agency.


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