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“Mr. Condon says evidence continues to mount that stock-picking managers don't beat the broad market on average.”
“In stock-picking or other strategies, some fund managers try to limit the downside risk.”
“S&P Tops the List The survey identifies the top five analysts in each of 44 industries, based on their stock-picking skill.”
“Mr. Rey-Marino's stock-picking approach is informed by his emotional connection to the region.”
“The connection between successful stock-picking and coaching?”
“He ended his stock-picking career on a high note, placing No. 1 among analysts covering the telecommunications sector in the annual Best on the Street survey.”
“The company generates most of its revenue from subscribers, who pay for stock-picking advice and other financial information.”
“After retiring from baseball, Dykstra opened a luxury car wash near Los Angeles and wrote a stock-picking column for TheStreet.com.”
“Three years after splitting from Tudor Investment Corp., the Connecticut hedge-fund firm where he managed billions of dollars, Mr. Pallotta still is running a stock-picking fund, with his own money representing much of its more than $200 million in assets.”
“There are pieces on real estate, including one item arguing against high-end rentals, and the usual stock-picking fare "Tech Stocks: Should You Buy the Bubble?”
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