One that trades; a dealer: a gold trader; a trader in bonds. (noun)
Nautical A ship employed in foreign trade.(noun)
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Use "trader" in a sentence
"This way, the trader is able to profit from the differential of interest rates."
""Perhaps this trader is augmenting the size of the put spread because he has increased his exposure to the technology sector," Interactive Brokers wrote in a report to clients."
"The gin of the trader is the most appalling stuff; it is full of fusil oil, and is absolutely poisonous; so that, if people become intoxicated with it, the intoxication takes the form of madness."