The triangular relationship between researchers, stockbrokers and investors which causes stock market tension resulting in a positive or negative movement the share prices.
What is the role of a stockbroker?
Stockbrokers are individuals who buy and sell stocks and other securities for retail and institutional clients, through a stock exchange or over the counter, in return for a fee or a commission. Institutional stockbrokers work with fund managers and other financial institutions, but there are also retail investors.
What is the role of a Researcher?
Researchers have a responsibility to communicate their research, to collaborate with others where appropriate and to transfer and exploit knowledge for the benefit of your employer, the economy and society as a whole. Researchers have a responsibility to behave honestly and ethically in the course of their research.
Who is an Investor?
An investor is the market participant the general public most often associates with the stock market. Investors are those who purchase shares of a company for the long term with the belief that the company has strong future prospects.