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Broker
An Agent who handles the public's orders to buy and sell securities, commodities, or other property.
    
Broker can be an individual or firm that charges a fee or Commission for executing buy and sell orders submitted by an investor. A Broker firm acts as an Agent for a customer and charges the customer a Commission for its services.
    
A licensed Real Estate professional who typically represents the seller of a property is also called a Broker.  Determining market values, advertising properties for sale, showing properties to prospective buyers, and advising clients with regard to offers and related matters comes under a Broker's duties.
    
Traditionally, only the wealthy could afford a Broker and access the stock market. The internet triggered an explosion of Discount brokers, which allow investors to trade at a lower cost, but don't provide personalized advice. Because of Discount brokers, almost anybody can afford to invest in the market.
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