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stockbroker 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈstäkˌbrōkər/,
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stockbrokers, plural;
  1. A broker who buys and sells securities on a stock exchange on behalf of clients


  1. an agent in the buying and selling of stocks and bonds
  2. A stock broker or stockbroker is a regulated professional broker who buys and sells shares and other securities through market makers or Agency Only Firms on behalf of investors. A broker may be employed by a brokerage firm.
  3. (Stockbrokers) Middlemen, agents, who buy and sell stocks and shares for customers.
  4. Broker who deals primarily with transactions involving stock
  5. A securities firm which provides advice and dealing services to the public and which can deal on its own account.
  6. An individual who has been licensed by the National Association of Securities Dealers to trade stocks and advise clients on various personal finance issues.
  7. a person who buys and sells securities on behalf of others in return for brokerage or commission.
  8. Agent that buys and sells shares on one’s behalf and earns commission on the value of the transaction. Also known as a broker.
  9. A stock exchange member who is authorised to buy and sell shares on behalf of others.
  10. A broker who accepts orders to buy and sell stock and then transfers those orders to other people who complete them
  11. A licensed individual who may make suggestions for the purchase or sale of investment products at the direction of the client.
  12. An agent who handles the public's orders to buy and sell securities for a commission.
  13. (p. 623) A registered representative who works as a market intermediary to buy and sell securities for clients.
  14. An investment professional, a registered representative, who deals with investors and providing advice.
  15. An individual or firm that charges a commission for buying and selling orders requested by another individual or firm.
  16. A company or partnership dealing in securities as agent for its clients. Since the “Big Bang” (October 1986) such firms have been allowed to act as principal. London Stock Exchange rules oblige traders to state on contract notes whether they are acting as an agent or a principal.
  17. Salesmen who makes cold calls, randomly dialing numbers out of the phone book searching for victims to sell overpriced stocks acquired earlier in the day by the firm's traders.  The term is no longer in use, replaced by financial advisor, investment consultant or wealth manager.
  18. means a stock-broker who has either made an application for registration or is registered as a stock -broker in accordance with the rules end regulation made under the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act,1992 (15 of 1992);
  19. A member of a firm dealing on the stock exchange.