Why is the man who invests all your money called a " broker "?

Best Answer:

Kojak: Because they are "broker" than you are. Lol

Other answer:

Kojak:
The word "broker" derives from Old French broceur "small trader", of uncertain origin, but possibly from Old French brocheor meaning "wine retailer", which comes from the verb brochier, or "to broach (a keg)".
Gerald:
its a deal two parts of a whole are kept by the participants when put together they are a whole proving the holder is the correct owner could be a coin a parchment someone makes the deal by breaking the item in two parts as witness he would be a broker he broke the deal
WRG:
Broker means a go between. In this case he is the go between you and the market.
Vinay:
typically the term is the person is trading in stocks, and investing – so the term is stock broker, it can be shortened to just broker
Doug Freyburger:
Now it is a poetic meaning of what happens to your net worth.

Originally it was a word that meant the middle man in transactions.

B:
makes you broke
Namjodh:
hee … hee
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