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A house stock is commonly referred to as a stock that the management of a brokerage firm has instructed all brokers working for him to promote. The brokerage firm or its owners might be receiving a undisclosed profit from the sale of the house stock.


Generally, if you could look at the stock holdings of all the clients of a boiler room brokerage, almost all clients would hold the set of house stocks. A stock, also referred to as a share, is commonly a share of ownership in a corporation. ... Boiler Room is a 2000 drama / thriller film, written and directed by Ben Younger, and starring Giovanni Ribisi, Vin Diesel and Nia Long. ...


A house stock differs from a penny stock in that its price can be in the normal price range of a large cap stock. Stocks with market price below 1 unit of the local currency are called penny stocks. ...


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