UK Accounting Glossary
Member of a stock exchange who arranges purchase and sale of shares and may also provide an information service giving buy/sell/hold recommendations.
The beneficiary spoke to his broker for solid advice about investing in the stock market.
There was simply no evidence that the broker conspiring with the fraudulent vendor.
It’s prudent to ask for investing advice from an stockbroker.
My stockbroker manages the portfolio on my behalf.
The stockbroker has allocated the funds to manufacturing stock.
The dealer is now a stockbroker.
Last Autumn, he resigned from his 10-year career as a London stockbroker and he now lives in Spain.
At any time, Investors can trade shares of a listed company through a stockbroker.
He grew up in the comfort of the London stockbroker belt.
In 1989 he left the textiles business in search of larger fortunes and set up as a stockbroker in Manchester.
Before investing, you should consider consulting a good accountant, stockbroker or other professional adviser.
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This glossary post was last updated: 23rd December 2018.