Definitions for "brokerage firm"
Used interchangeably with broker when referring to a firm rather than an individual. also called brokerage house or brokerage.
When you buy or sell a security, you generally do so through a brokerage firm. Brokerage firms fall into two main camps: full-service brokers and discount brokers. Discount brokers charge far lower commissions than full-service brokers, and a growing number of deep discounters charge especially low commissions. But there is a trade-off. If you use a discount broker, you will get little or no investment advice, so you must be willing to make your own buy and sell decisions. A full-service broker, on the other hand, will help you pick investments and devise a financial plan.
A securities firm buys and sells securities in the secondary market on behalf of its clients for a commission. The term " broker" also referred to an employee of the firm who conducts such activities .
a stock broker's business; charges a fee to act as intermediary between buyer and seller
a SEC registered outfit that acts as an intermediary between a buyer and seller in
A company that assists buyers and sellers of investments for a fee.
Keywords:  license, corporate, laws, single, owner
A real estate company operated under the laws of a State, usually with a single responsible broker/owner or corporate license.
same as brokerage