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Shares of Robinhood jumped 50% in January despite the GameStop controversy, as investors scramble to get a piece of the brokerage before a much anticipated IPO this year.

From Quartz

Other brokerages followed suit, and now some market structure experts say retail traders are getting a better deal on their stock transactions than even the pros are.

From Quartz

The ad, which CNBC reports is the brokerage firm’s biggest brand campaign to date, peddles the idea that everyone is an investor.

From Quartz

Investors plowed billions of dollars through Robinhood and other online brokerages into GameStop in recent weeks, but the share price has crumbled as traders abandon ship.

Market-makers — a middleman that pays brokerages to direct trades their way — were the subject of a widespread, misleading theory tying Robinhood with Citadel.

From Axios

Minnesota-based securities brokerage and investment banking company.

Brokerage firms sell customer order information to other traders.

Seeking more stability, it chose to invest heavily in the old-fashioned brokerage business.

The white-shoe firm is cutting back on bankers and traders, and doubling down on the old-fashioned brokerage business.

Hamilton runs a real-estate brokerage firm in the suburbs of Madison, Wisconsin, where she lives with her husband and daughter.

It appears that D'Erlanger endeavored to sweep these into his drag-net, and obtain commission and brokerage wholly unauthorized.

Th' brokerage house iv Conem an' Comp'ny wint into th' hands iv a receiver to-day.

Also, arrangements could be made with some reliable brokerage house to have him supplied with the ticker tape each day.

He held that office by election for six years, when he quit the force and went into the brokerage business.

Harris, of the brokerage firm, says Harry can come back and hang up his hat any time.


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brokerage, such as: fee, allowance, ante, bite, bonus, and chunk.

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