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  • n. Plural form of trader.

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Examples

  • The continuing investigation disclosed that stock-loan traders at several large brokerage firms funneled millions of dollars in fraudulent "finder fees" to their co-conspirators, often where no finders´ services had been rendered, in exchange for cash bribes and, in some instances, payments to the traders, or the traders´ relatives.

    American Chronicle

  • The word “Kofán” had no meaning in the language; it was simply the term traders and the early Spanish missionaries had used to describe the tribe.

    One River

  • That said, even if the stock does continue to gain over the balance of the week, waiting for a pullback to take prices lower before buying remains the most prudent approach for short term traders and active investors alike.

    Forbes.com: News

  • In addition to trading in oversold territory, COST finished at 7-day closing lows, another aspect of the stock's current pullback that short term traders looking to buy weakness may find attractive.

    Forbes.com: News

  • When short term traders trade a trend line ie the correction mentioned above, they have a bias based on the short term economic backdrop.

  • Although some short term traders have been lightening up on positions, investors don't appear to be selling.

  • "Short-term traders migrated toward things that would benefit from a short-term announcement at the Fed meeting in Jackson Hole," says Andy Brooks , head of U.S. stock trading at Baltimore investment-management firm T.

    Fed Faces Old Foe as Hazard Returns

  • The average comp of Chicago pit traders is under $100k (and a lot less for ancillary staff).

    Matthew Yglesias » On So-Called “Irresponsible” Borrowers

  • Grain traders expect they have already seen the worst in terms of downgrades to world wheat output but could still see a decline in the USDA's domestic corn-output estimate.

    Grain Prices Fall From Their Heights

  • The market became increasingly driven by short-term traders, including hedge funds, and those investors now have driven stocks to their lowest levels in more than a year.

    Market Nears Bear Territory

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