Stock Broker

Stock Brokers

Find a stock broker in your area quickly. The Stock Broker Directory presents 100's of professionals to choose from. Click on a state below to start your search.
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Today, investment firms offer a wide variety of investment services, from stocks, mutual funds, bonds to personalized investment advice and retirement planning. It is important to choose a stock broker who can assist you in achieving your objectives, and meet your personal preferences and investment style.

Stock brokers makes trades between customers possible. A stock broker acts as a “middle man” and, in doing so, does not assume any risk for the stock market trade. The stock broker does, however, charge a sales commission.

Stock brokers can give advice on investing, and assist customers by doing company and investment vehicle research. Discount stock brokers offer the buying and selling of stocks and typically do not research or give advice.

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