Mom-and-Pop

You and anyone else who isn’t an institutional investor. Sometimes called “mom-and-pop retail,” the term refers to the average folks in the street and their actions in the market, and is often used to differentiate the actions of normal people from more sophisticated investors. (See also: Institutional Investors)

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