noun stock·bro·ker \-ˌbrō-kər\

: someone whose job is to buy and sell shares of stock for other people

Full Definition of STOCKBROKER

:  a broker who executes orders to buy and sell securities and often also acts as a security dealer
stock·bro·ker·age \-k(ə-)rij\ noun
stock·brok·ing \-ˌbrō-kiŋ\ noun

First Known Use of STOCKBROKER

circa 1706


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