How much does a stockbroker make per year?

Answer According to the Department of Labor's Occupational Outlook Handbook, stockbrokers (and other securities sales professionals) earned a typical wage in 2008 (the most recent data available) of $68,6... Read More »

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What does the average stockbroker make?

Stockbrokers with one to four years' experience earn a median annual salary of $34,830 to $50,163 as of May 2010, according to Stockbrokers with five to nine years of experience earn ... Read More »

How much does the average stockbroker make?

According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average earnings of a stockbroker, as of May 2008, were $68,680. The amount varies greatly, however, depending on an individual's abil... Read More »

What Do You Need to Become a Stockbroker?

A stockbroker is a regulated and licensed professional who buys and sells shares and other securities on behalf of investors. Stockbrokers are employed by brokerage and investment firms, banks and ... Read More »

What is a stockbroker?

A stockbroker buys, sells and trades stocks for clients. After a stockbroker advises clients on investments and comes to an agreement, he electronically sends the order to the securities exchange. ... Read More »