Bargain hunter

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Bargain hunter

In the context of general equities, purchaser who is extremely selective in the price sought on a transaction.

Bargain Hunter

An investor who buys low-priced stocks either predominantly or exclusively. The investor may believe that the stock is undervalued and will soon rise, or that it will provide a steady return. See also: Bottom fisher.
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6 HOURS amount of time 3% of bargain hunters are prepared to put in trying to bag a saving of just pounds 10.
But the bargain hunters are unfazed, even as the exodus of children and their families from the state, as a result of this law, gets well under way.
But if you are a bargain hunter and your kids can stay up later, most seats for tonight's show are $14.
In Newcastle this morning, sales at most shops started at 8am, with Next opening its doors to bargain hunters at 5am.
Cardiffs City Centre manager Paul Williams said the bargain hunters were now coming out in force.
Bargain hunters remain the most common type of online shopper, as more than 40 percent of online shoppers are self-proclaimed bargain hunters.
They'll crack their doors not long after dawn to catch the influx of bargain hunters, then stay open later than usual to handle the more moderately paced-consumers.
BARGAIN hunters trying to kit out bridesmaids were in luck at the Coventry Irish Society.
At Cardiff's Bessemer Road car boot sale yesterday, there were few signs of upper-crust punters looking for treasures, but stallholders and bargain hunters alike did agree car boot sales attract all kinds of people.
Overseas investors have purchased apartments in Manhattan for use or investment for many decades, but the weak dollar has attracted an influx of bargain hunters.
It's official - Birmingham is a city of bargain hunters.
The event draws about 10,000 bargain hunters and curiosity seekers.