Liquidity is a characteristic of the amount of time it takes for an asset or a digital security to be bought by accredited or certified investors or sold on security or equity market without fluctuations of asset's price.
Liquidity stands for the correlation between securities or equities’ price and the number of times they have been purchased, traded or sold on security and equity markets. Securities and equities are regarded as liquid if their price is not being affected by transferring of the ownership to the other parties or companies.
The term Market Liquidity is usually being used in relation to how easily assets on markets like country's stock market, real estate market or assets in creative industry can be sold at stable prices.
Accounting Liquidity is company's or a private individual's ability to comply with financial responsibilities and obligations in regard to liquidity of assets in possession; in other words, wealth or asset management, or their ability to pay off the debts.