Every trade does nee a buyer and seller, but not immediately, otherwise there would be no liquidity. The difference between the buy and sell price ensures that your broker can sell on your shares and still make a profit. When there are more buys than sells, of more sells than buys this creates an imbalance, which must be adjusted, and that is why the share price is moved by the MMs, to get back to a point of balance. That's how I understand it, apologies if I have it wrong. GLA and ATB.
Just because you don't understand every trade needs a buyer and a seller doesn't mean you are right . I do understand buys v sells , I was taught by someone who worked in the industry . have a nice day and do some research .
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