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YOU CAN NEGOTIATE PRICES ON THE OVER-THE-COUNTER MARKET
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The over-the-counter market is the sector of the secondary market in securities in which trades are negotiated directly between buyers and sellers, rather than auctioned as they are at an exchange. The NASD provides a degree of regulation and order to the over-the-counter market, and the NASDAQ replaces some of the immediate market feedback lost through negotiated trading. Because over-the-counter stocks do not have to meet the stringent listing requirements of the exchanges, small new companies often make their debuts here.

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