janice shell Saturday, 10/19/19 03:32:19 PM Re: Ecomike post# 315 Post # of 317 It's a new OTC Markets invention, and not, in my view, a good one. You can see here that they added it in April: https://www.otcmarkets.com/files/OTC%20Markets%20Promotion%20Data%20Specification%20-%20v1.1.pdf They've added a definition to their glossary: The Expert Market is a private market to serve broker-dealer pricing and best execution needs in securities that are restricted from public quoting or trading. Restrictions can be based on issuer requirements, security attributes, investor accreditation and/or suitability risks. Expert Market Basically, it's just another way to say "Unsolicited Trades". But they seem to have expanded the category to include quite a few additional issuers. One of the things about it that's unfortunate is that the word "expert" suggests something special and desirable. But being on the Expert Market is neither. There was a good deal of discussion about it on the DD board a couple of months ago. If you do a keyword search for "expert" on the board, they'll turn up.