Individual investors don’t have it easy when it comes to knowing what their bonds are worth in the secondary market at any given time.

Unlike the equities markets, where most stocks are bought and sold on exchanges and other electronic platforms that are visible to participants, trading in muni bonds mostly takes place in an over-the-counter market that is less transparent and less liquid.

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