Definition of Stock trader
1. Noun. Someone who buys and sells stock shares.
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Literary usage of Stock trader
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Street Verse: 80 New Poems for Befuddled Investors by Michael Silverstein (2003)
"... Battle-Hymn or The stock trader Mine eyes have seen a Nasdaq that to 5000 did soar, And it stayed there for an instant before plunging through the floor ..."
2. Financial Markets for the Rest of Us: An Easy Guide to Money, Bonds, Futures by Robert Vahid Hashemian (2001)
"Becoming a professional stock trader with good analytical abilities is not beyond average investors, but it is complex, it takes years of experience, ..."
3. The New York Stock Exchange: A Discussion of the Business Done, Its Relation by H. S. Martin (1919)
"... Dealers on the Stock Exchange and stock trader on other Exchanges must be viewed Not A from different standpoints. The Middleman trader on a commodity ..."
4. The New York Stock Exchange: A Discussion of the Business Done by H. S. Martin (1919)
"Dealers on the Stock Exchange and stock trader on other Exchanges must be viewed Not A from different standpoints. The Middleman trader on a commodity ..."
5. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1899)
"The commencement of every fresh enterprise entails risk, whether it be a private or a joint-stock trader; and if a company enjoys certain advantages over ..."