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  • n. An investor or investment advisor who selects or recommends corporate shares for purchase.

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Examples

  • He ran a fund with "value" in its name that feasted on technology stocks that no other fundamental stockpicker would touch.

    The Long Climb and Steep Descent of Legg Mason's Top Stock Picker

  • Cohen said he'd retire as a stockpicker if Big Bear didn't triple after his pick.

    Big Bear Mining Boss' Claims Contradicted By SEC Filing

  • Buffett, the 79-year-old Nebraska stockpicker nicknamed the Sage of Omaha, who has a $47bn (£29. 6bn) fortune, said the aim was to generate peer pressure encouraging billionaires to take an aggressive approach to philanthropy.

    US billionaires club together – to give away half their fortunes to good causes

  • No, Penny, a New York City food connoisseur who dines out seven evenings a week, is not one of those hot money managers or some renowned stockpicker, but an investor in some New York restaurants (such as the Tribeca Grill and Lucky's Famous).

    Dan Dorfman: A Penny From Heaven

  • "It's a core holding for us," adds Frels, who took over as manager of the fund (ticker: MPGFX) in 2004 from iconic stockpicker George Mairs III, whose father had established the asset-management firm in 1931.

    Mining Minnesota rev1

  • Says Frankfurt stockpicker Gerhard Czerwensky: "This stock is an aphrodisiac for your portfolio."

    A Giant Falls In Euroland

  • "" It's not in anyone's interest, '' says a leading Latin stockpicker in New York.

    How It All Went South

  • Says one Frankfurt stockpicker: "This stock is an aphrodisiac for your portfolio."

    Another Campaign Headache?

  • His book is worth it for the breadth (there are 27 well-known fund managers here), for his honesty (Frailey, deputy editor at Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, admits he is a lousy stockpicker himself) and for the very entertaining interview with the managers of the top-ranked Kaufmann fund, Lawrence Auriana and Hans Utsch, who bicker away as they reveal a number of strategic secrets.

    Reading For Dollars

  • "" Fidelity's genius-stockpicker style works exceptionally well with smaller pools of money, '' says Phillips.

    The Light Went On

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