Stock jockey

Stock jockey

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

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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They can borrow another $100,000 in a margin account, and they can short the stocks (remember stock jockey Davis?) if they expect them to fall.
'Stock jockeys,' by using their own money, can create both trading volume and price movement.
Stock jockeys abuse the system by putting a deception on the public because of foolish investors combined with a flawed system.