Stock jockey

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Stock jockey

A stock broker who frequently buys and sells shares in a client's portfolios.
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Stock Jockey

A broker who trades very actively. That is, the stock jockey buys and sells securities for his/her clients on a nearly constant basis. Stock jockeys who trade too frequently, however, may be accused (rightly or wrongly) of churning.
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