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A market maker broker is a type of stock broker that tries to earn a profit by buying and selling stocks at prices that allow them to make a commission on each trade. Market maker brokers typically charge higher fees than other types of brokers.
The term "market maker" refers to the fact that these brokers make a market for their clients. That is, they are willing to buy and sell stock at prices that they set. This is different from "exchange traded" brokers, who only trade stock that is already listed on an exchange.
Market makers typically have a large inventory of stock that they own outright. This gives them the ability to provide liquidity to their clients (and to themselves). When a client wants to buy stock, the market maker will sell it to them. When a client wants to sell stock, the market maker will buy it from them. The prices that market makers set are not always the best prices available. But, because they provide liquidity, they are often able to get better prices than other types of brokers.
Market makers typically charge higher fees than other types of brokers. This is because they are taking on more risk. They are also providing a service that is not always easy to find.
If you are looking for a broker, it is important to understand the difference between a market maker and an exchange traded broker. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses. Be sure to shop around and compare fees before selecting a broker.