stockbroker

[stok-broh-ker]
noun
a broker, especially one employed by a member firm of a stock exchange, who buys and sells stocks and other securities for customers.
Also called broker.


Origin:
1700–10; stock + broker

stockbrokerage, stock brokerage [stok-broh-ker-ij] , noun
stockbroking, stockbrokering, noun
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stockbroker (ˈstɒkˌbrəʊkə)
 
n
Often shortened to: broker a person who buys and sells securities on a commission basis for customers
 
stockbrokerage
 
n
 
'stockbroking
 
n

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And instead of calling a stockbroker or visiting a bank branch, many routinely
  do trading and banking online.
And then your stockbroker makes a fortune while you go broke.
The best represented of the professions is that of stockbroker.
His first story was about a stockbroker who uses inside information and crosses
  a moral line.
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