Retail Investor

Retail Investor
Individual investors who buy and sell securities for their personal account, and not for another company or organization.

Also known as an "individual investor" or "small investor".

Retail investors buy in much smaller quantities than larger institutional investors.

Investment dictionary. . 2012.

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