Player


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Player

Used in the context of general equities. Customer or trader who is actively involved in a particular stock or the market in general.

Player

Informal; an investor, especially one who trades actively.
References in classic literature ?
The men are placed upon the board as in chess upon the first two rows next the players.
Instantly the count and the two other players were upon their feet.
Blanche's voice naturally picked him out as the first player on her side.
The game was a long one, and I did give him some trouble: but he was a better player than I.
Thus the man, as well as the player, may condemn what he himself acts; nay, it is common to see vice sit as awkwardly on some men, as the character of Iago would on the honest face of Mr William Mills.
Well, he is a plucky youngster, and will make a player," says Brooke.
The players all played at once without waiting for turns, quarrelling all the while, and fighting for the hedgehogs; and in a very short time the Queen was in a furious passion, and went stamping about, and shouting `Off with his head
He accepted poor players and knew how to make the best of them.
At present she is not playing; but that is only because, according to the signs, she is lending money to other players.
An hour and a half later most of the players were but little interested in their own play.
Mixed up with many striking, thoroughly dramatic physiognomies, it must be confessed that some of these portraits scarcely help at all to explain the power of the players to whom they belonged.
The players glanced at one another, and Kearns announced, "The roof's off.