Stockbroker | Definition/staak·brow·kr/
A stockbroker, also called a Registered Representative, investment | debit card | withdrawal | work study | tax credit | employment | index fund | spac | debt | loan | atm | definitions| reconcile | co-signer | net worth | deferment | liability | redlining | black tax | treasurer | reimburse | ownership | tax forms | monetary | interest | unbanked | currency | altcoins | 529 plan | tax lien | account | expense | economy | pension | bitcoin | 401(k) | lender | wealth | return | grant | asset | check | fafsa | will | wage | fdic | bank | loan | bond | definitionsadvisor or simply, broker, is a professional individual who executes buy and sell orders for stocks | definition sand other securities through a stock market, or over the counter, for a fee or commission. Stockbrokers are usually associated with a brokerage firm and handle transactions for retail and institutional customers. Brokerage firms and broker-dealers are also often referred to as stockbrokers.
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