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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We invited local charities, voluntary organisations, schools and community groups to take part in our competition and win cash and the chance to snap up those extra items they needed through the pages of Bargain Hunter, which runs every Tuesday in the Evening Telegraph.
They would then win a cash donation to spend on items on the pages of Bargain Hunter, which runs every Tuesday in the Evening Telegraph.
Rehab Teach na h'Eireann, an Irish charity providing a day care service for the elderly, will get the chance to search through our Bargain Hunter pages to make its dreams come true, thanks to Barclays.
With some stores opening extra early, bargain hunters flocked to shopping centres keeping tills ringing all day.
Stuart Wilson, aged 37, from Grangemouth Road, in Radford, Coventry, has decided to sell his collection of books in the Evening Telegraph's Bargain Hunter section.
BARGAIN HUNTERS take pride in slashing the groceries bill - then bragging to their partners about the cash they've saved.
We are inviting local charities, voluntary organisations, schools and community groups to take part in our Bargain Hunter competition.
BRITAIN is becoming a nation of bargain hunters haggling in the high street and trawling car boot sales, a survey found.
BARGAIN hunters trying to kit out bridesmaids were in luck at the Coventry Irish Society.
BARGAIN hunter Richard Mellor had a sleepless night queueing for the sales in Nuneaton - and was so tired that he bought a bed.
ATEC will provide MVS a complete telemarketing program for The Bargain Hunter Magazine including daily activity analysis, allowing MVS to achieve significant improvements in cost, quality and time while enabling them to meet their business goals.
But even here, you'll find studio stylists on the prowl, so it takes a keen eye, a fast pace and persuasive bargaining skills, says Elizabeth Mason, an expert bargain hunter who knows how to sniff out the good stuff from what she calls ``tricked-up pretenders.