FAST TRADE: The Fulton Fish Market is one of the hottest markets in the country, according to an analysis by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
It’s a major source of money for the fish and shellfish processing industry.
The Fulton market is among the most volatile markets in America, with the average weekly price fluctuating by about a half a penny since the market’s inception in 1993.
The market has become the biggest beneficiary of a major trade on the stock market, where traders trade on a daily basis, with big-ticket items like luxury goods and high-end food, all of which go up or down depending on how things are going.
In recent years, it’s become a major target for speculators.
Last year, the average price of an individual’s stock fell by almost a third in just four months.
Last year, speculators took advantage of a trade that allowed traders to trade on behalf of companies that sell goods and services to people in the U-Haul industry.
That trade netted a whopping $20 million in profit for a single day, and it could have been even more if the broker hadn’t taken a hit when it went into effect in January.
According to the SEC, Fulton is one the most active markets on the market.
This year, there have been more than 1,100 trades.
Fulton’s market is an integral part of the Gulf Coast’s seafood industry.
A lot of it comes from the South, where it’s a mainstay in the state.
This is the largest single-day market in the nation, according the SEC.
At the end of January, the market was down a staggering 30% from a week earlier.
So, what does this mean for Fulton’s business?
A lot of fish is coming into Fulton, which is a major contributor to the market and makes it so much more valuable, according Brian Hays, the owner of the Fulton Market.
“You can’t lose that market,” Hays said.
“You have to protect it.”
If a stock gets a bump, that’s good news for those who buy the fish.
Hays estimates the market has seen a 15% increase in business over the past three months, and he expects that to continue.
But there’s also a lot of volatility in the market, especially for fish that are on the move.
A big part of how the market works is that it’s traded by brokers.
Traders will often go through multiple trades on the same day, or even multiple times in a day, to sell fish that aren’t being used in the next market.
Once they sell fish, they’re sold again.
Hays says the market is “going to have a very difficult time” in the near term.
It depends on the type of fish and what the price is on the day of the trading.
If it’s going to be an all-out war on stocks, it will probably be a very short-lived thing, Hays says.
“It’s going up and down a lot.”
There’s also speculation that traders are taking advantage of the market to buy stocks that are already undervalued, and then trading on their behalf to make a profit.
One trader who has been profiting on the markets for a long time is David Odom, a broker who’s been trading for 40 years.
He estimates he has made about $2 million on his trades.
“The way it works is you’ll buy fish that you want to sell.
You’ll sell them and buy them back again, and if you’re trading on behalf, you get the full profit,” Odom said.
And it can be a lucrative business, as long as you’re prepared.
“There’s a big incentive for people to go to Fulton and sell their stocks,” Hysons said.