What would you like to do?
What is the buying and selling of goods between different places?
On Wall Street, "buy side" refers to firms that invest money or 'buy' securities and "sell side" refers to the investment banks that provide the buy side firms with products a…nd services such as initial public offerings (IPO's), secondary offerings, trading, research, conferences, etc. The "sell side" firms are 'selling' IPO's and services to the buy side firms.. Examples of buy side firms would be large mutual fund companies like Fidelity or T Rowe Price. Examples of sell side firms would be investment banks like Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, etc.. Most of the large investment banks also have small buy side operations that are run separately from the larger sell side. For example, you can buy a mutual fund from Morgan Stanley or Merrill Lynch, but this isn't where these firms make most of their money.
Trade is the action of buying and selling goods and services. Another word for it is commerce, which is synonymous with trade.
The stock market is kind of like a big yard sale... The sellers want to sell their stock for as much as they can get and the buyers want to pay as little as possible.The buy i…s the price that a buyer wants to pay and the Sell is the amount the seller wants to sell at. When the two prices match is when a trade happens.
they are 2 names for the same thing.
A pawn shop or swap meet.
Merchants used to travel around the world to buy and sell goods
so get things and sell unwanted things for money. it all has to do with things like stockmarket. you buy low sell high.
E-Bay online, you can buy or sell there.
Sell-by is the date the store is supposed to be responsible for getting rid of it by. Use-by is the date guranteed safe to eat by, but they are supposed to be moddest and last… beyond the expiration date (the use-by date).
In short, it is "commerce" To buy or sell is predicated on Contract. Buying or selling is irrelevant, but you need: (1) Offer (I am offering you a 'mug') (2) Acceptance (I ac…cept on the terms) (3) Consideration (What the 'acceptor', or buyer gives in exchange for the mug. This can be a service, a promise, or anything in value or money) (4) Agreement ( The meeting of minds) A contract will necessary pass on property in goods or services; and certainly in goods, the seller must pass good 'paper title' or ownership to the buyer so that the buyer can become the owner. If services are agreed for, then the one who buys the services will have a legal personal right against the other for those services whether or not he has already paid for the services (or consideration has passed).
Alibaba is a good site for buying and selling goods both locally and from overseas Manufacturers.