What Are Retail Investors & Why Are They Important?

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By Jeremy Salvucci The investing game is full of active players, both big and small. And while it’s true that hedge funds, corporations, and institutions tend to dominate the market, there’s another class of investor whose influence cannot be swept under the rug—the retail investor. What Is a Retail Investor? A retail investor—also known as an individual investor—is a non-professional or “amateur” investor who buys and sells securities like stocks using their own money. In other words, those who invest, but for whom investing is not their profession, are retail investors. Some retail investors…

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