Tally,

Level 2 book orders would mean that if a buyer wants $ 300,000 dollars in GWG shares...he will need to bring up 38% the current share price. He will have to buy all the orders that are being offered there.

That will mean that the market cap of GWG will go from $56 M up to $ 80 M using just $ 300,000 dollars. The opposite have being done using much less money than that (check the traded volume on the down trend)

What i'm trying to say is that with a very low traded volume the price is being driven down by ?????.

But if buyers finally decide to jump in, what will happen to the share price? Think about a buyer with just $ 1 million...at what price he will complete an order for 7,000,000 million shares of GWG?

Copy and paste from your post Level 2 below:

 

Level 2 Quote

Market Maker Shares Bid Price Ask Price Shares Market Maker
  52,000 0.130 0.135 117,500  
  90,000 0.125 0.140 118,000  
  248,000 0.120 0.145 110,000  
  23,000 0.115 0.150 625,500  
  51,500 0.110 0.155 108,500  
  27,000 0.105 0.160 252,500  
  69,000 0.100 0.165 66,000  
  14,000 0.090 0.170 21,000  
  5,000 0.085 0.175 67,000  
  26,000 0.070 0.180 20,000  

 


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