Stockbroker

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Stockbroker Meaning and Definition in Dictionary

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  • an agent in the buying and selling of stocks and bonds

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  • an agent in the buying and selling of stocks and bonds

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Stockbroker Meaning and Definition in Wikipedia


A stockbroker is someone who buys and sells stock on the stock exchange. They buy and sell stock, as a normal person cannot walk into the stock exchange for example, and ask to buy stock. They can also advise people the best way to manage their stock.



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Stockbroker Sample Sentences in News


  • The REAL Reason Your Stockbroker Hates Gold...
    Gold is a touchy subject on Wall Street. It has been ever since FDR drove Americans and their gold apart 80 years ago. Although gold bullion ownership has been legal in the U.S. since 1974, a relentless government campaign to dampen the gold price has left gold trailing in public popularity and perception. Read more on this news related to 'Stockbroker'
  • Futureview Led by Renowned Nigerian Stockbroker, Mrs Elizabeth Ebi, Rebrands After Over 20 Years In The Nigerian ...
    LAGOS, Nigeria -- via PRWEB - Futureview Financial Services, a leading investment bank in Nigeria founded and led by current Group Managing Director, Mrs. Elizabeth Ebi, is celebrating 20 years in the ... Read more on this news related to 'Stockbroker'
  • Ex-stockbroker sentenced to 34 months for ruining Broadway production
    The curtain came down Friday for a disgraced ex-stockbroker when a federal judge sentenced him to 34 months in prison for ruining a planned Broadway production of “Rebecca.” Long Island... Read more on this news related to 'Stockbroker'

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