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traders, plural;
  1. A person who buys and sells goods, currency, or stocks

  2. A merchant ship

  1. someone who purchases and maintains an inventory of goods to be sold
  2. (trading) buying or selling securities or commodities
  3. Trader is a name shared by two fictional characters appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. The first is a member of the Elders of the Universe, and the second is a Mutant. The second Trader first appeared in Morlocks #1, created by Geoff Johns and Shawn Martinbrough.
  4. In finance, a trader is someone who buys and sells financial instruments such as stocks, bonds, commodities and derivatives. A broker who simply fills buy or sell orders is not a trader, as they are merely executing instructions given to them. ...
  5. "The Trader" is a song written by Carl Wilson and Jack Rieley for the American pop band The Beach Boys. It was released on their 1973 album Holland. This song is a rock music and sunshine pop.
  6. Spyforce was an Australian TV series produced from 1971 to 1973, based upon the adventures of Australian Military Intelligence operatives in the South West Pacific during World War II. It was produced by the Nine Network in conjunction with Paramount Pictures.
  7. (Traders (television series)) Traders is a Canadian television drama series, which was broadcast on Global Television Network from 1995 to 2000.
  8. (Trading (commerce)) Trade is the voluntary, often asymmetric, exchange of goods, services, or money. Trade is also called commerce or transaction. A mechanism that allows trade is called a market. The original form of trade was barter, the direct exchange of goods and services. ...
  9. One who gains a livelihood from trading goods or securities
  10. (Traders) the earliest form of salespeople, existing in most ancient societies; typically, traders had ownership in the goods they sold.
  11. (Traders) People who negotiate prices and execute buy and sell orders, either on behalf of an investor or for their own account.
  12. ¨Traders¨ in event information indicates the presence of vendors of orienteering equipment such as Ultrasport or Compass Point and/or food such as Wilf's.
  13. (Trading) the transferring of funds from one sub-account to another within an annuity while maintaining tax deferment.
  14. (13.4.5 Trading) The interaction between objects in which information about new or potential contracts is exchanged via a third party object. It involves:
  15. (Trading) A term that is sometimes seen as an opposite approach to investing and more aligned to speculating on short-term outcomes of stock price movements.
  16. (Trading) Blocs: groups of countries who join together for tax-free trading purposes e.g. the EU.
  17. (Trading) Coupon manufacturers may or may not place restrictions on coupons limiting their transferability to ensure the coupons stay within the targeted market. ...
  18. (Trading) Here we refer to the process of selling and purchasing shares.
  19. (Trading) In broad financial terms, it refers to the exchange of good and services. In market strategies terms, it refers to an approach in which the person is frequently buying and selling securities and/or is willing to go both, long and short.
  20. (Trading) Players are urged to participate in this, not only because money is necessary in the game, because equipments are easily gotten through this if they are proficient enough in their trading skills.
  21. (Trading) Traders are responsible for buying and selling financial instruments to generate profit. At Barclays Capital traders deal in financial products related to interest rates, foreign exchange, equities and commodities foreign exchange, equities and commodities.
  22. (Trading) When two fighters are trading with one another, they are exchanging punches back and forth.
  23. (Trading) You can also pay (in advance) for your order by trading stamps according to our trading lists. It is NOT possible to pay new issues according to subscriptions, items with a price 250 euros or more and philatelic supplies by trading stamps. ...
  24. (Trading) cards are traditionally associated with sports; baseball cards are especially well-known.