Security Traders Association

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Security Traders Association

A trade association for individuals who trade in securities. Established in Chicago in 1934, the STA provides educational, informational, and social opportunities for members.

Security Traders Association (STA)

A professional trade organization of approximately 7,000 individuals engaged in the buying and selling of securities. Founded in the mid-1930s, the STA provides members with educational opportunities and information relative to the member interests.
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Lee Korins, chief executive officer of the Security Traders Association, praised the United States Senate for passing a bill that will save investors $14 billion in securities transaction fees over ten years.
Palazzo graduated from Johns Hopkins University and is a member of the Security Traders Association New York.
Top securities industry leaders, including market officials, industry executives and hundreds of traders, market makers, specialists and other market professionals will gather for the Security Traders Association 68th Annual Conference, Thursday, November 15th through Sunday, November 18th at the Boca Raton Resort and Club, 501 E.
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The Security Traders Association (STA) announced today that the overwhelming human tragedy of the past week has caused the organization's Board of Governors to postpone the 68th Annual Business Conference scheduled for October 3rd through 7th at the Boca Raton Resort and Club in Boca Raton, Florida.

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