Securities Investor Protection Corporation SIPC
Stock Investing Definition

The definition of Securities Investor Protection Corporation SIPC is:

A nonprofit corporation that insures investors against the failure of brokerage firms, similar to the way that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) insures bank deposits. Coverage is limited to a maximum of $500ꯠ per account, but only up to $100ꯠ in cash. SIPC does not insure against market risk, however.

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