my question is if you have a stock with a float market cap of 1.5B EUR and a yearly float market cap turnover of 25%, is it possible to make a market making strategy to increase this ratio to 32.5% with a limited loss of money ?
I see you and I are talking different things
for me, liquidity ratio is a ratio of the time a company takes to raise capital to pay off its immediate creditor, it is the percentage difference of its current liquid assets and its current liabilities. It is a golden ratio in financial terms
You are talking liquidity in terms of how many shares are traded.