Small Trader

Small Trader

A trader, especially on an options or futures exchange with positions having a value below the value at which the Commodity Futures Trading Commission requires registration and reporting. That is, small traders are exempt from many requirements imposed upon larger traders. See also: Small Investor.
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The husband was come home, then; and the two together put her aboard a small trader bound to Leghorn, and from that to France.
Past the old church, and down the footpath, pottered the old man and the child hand-in-hand early on the afternoon of the day before the feast, and wandered all round the ground, which was already being occupied by the "cheap Jacks," with their green- covered carts and marvellous assortment of wares; and the booths of more legitimate small traders, with their tempting arrays of fairings and eatables; and penny peep-shows and other shows, containing pink-eyed ladies, and dwarfs, and boa-constrictors, and wild Indians.
The small trader will also provide healthier competition on the open market, and, in addition to allowing profits to be shared among many more people than they are at present, the number of small firms would also be beneficial to those seeking employment - as each shop will take a different approach to attracting customers, those seeking employment will have a better chance of finding a working environment suited to their particular needs.
These military operations took place two days after an assault by terrorists who attacked a truck loaded with goods belonging to a small trader in Jradou (near Sakiet Sidi Youssef).
His gripe is that the small trader is being driven out of business because supermarkets have huge parking areas and councils are doing their best to kill off the limited parking space available to small traders by making parking impossible.
We want to level the playing field between the small trader and the market maker,'' said Gene Catrambone, a former music producer in Germany who opened Westlake Trading with Ferguson about a month ago.
For a small trader, this is not entirely bad news: just follow the action carefully and make sure you go long on the dips and short on the highs.
Sadly it has played into the hands of the most powerful business interests to the detriment of the small trader.
Mr Batley will best be remembered as a champion of the small trader whose generosity helped sport and art in his home town of Huddersfield, West Yorks.
It was a rather more famous Conservative politician than Coun Hardeman who said you couldn't buck the market, but Lady Thatcher would surely have more sympathy for the small trader than appears to be the case with Birmingham City Council.
CARL Denham of Winchester has seen an alluringly cheap Mercedes E430 Estate advertised locally by a small trader.
Updating a website is vital for any small trader, and UK192 is a very simple solution to making their own changes on a day-to-day basis.
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