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Retail investors may opt to loan some of the shares to their brokers:

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In theory, one of the risks is that the broker and the collateral may have some issue, leaving the retail investor with a financial loss.

In practice, has the loan of securities from a retail investor to a well-established US broker ever resulted in a financial loss to the retail investor?

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