Buy-side analyst

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Buy-side analyst

A financial analyst employed by a nonbrokerage firm, typically one of the larger money management firms that purchases securities on its own account.

Buy-Side Analyst

An analyst who researches and evaluates the institutional investors that buy most securities available for sale on Wall Street. See also: Sell side.
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1" if the company hopes to manage its debt payments and restore health to its core businesses, says Mark Demos, a buy side analyst at Fifth Third Bank in Cincinnati, an institutional owner of the stock.
CEOcast programming is distributed to millions of online investors at over 700 financial industry sites as well as more than 20,000 portfolio mangers, buy side analysts and traders at more than 3,300 financial institutions.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicago-based Zacks Investment Research has formally introduced its Research Evaluation Service (RES), a service for institutional investors that will create a new standard for objectively evaluating the performance of sell side and buy side analysts.
CEOcast is distributed to millions of on-line investors at over 700 financial websites as well as to more than 20,000 portfolio managers, buy side analysts and traders at more than 3,300 North American Institutions.
CEOcast's Programming is distributed to millions of on-line investors at over 700 financial web sites as well as to more than 20,000 portfolio managers; buy side analysts and traders at more than 3,300 North American institutions.
Meek added, "as a part of our program to raise awareness, we have already placed advertisements in magazines specifically targeting brokers, buy side analysts and investment clubs.
Their subscribers are comprised primarily of individual investors, with the remainder divided among corporate investor relations professionals, buy side analysts, sell side analysts, and stockbrokers.
Customers can currently target key prospects from more than 3400 North American institutional investors and 20,000 portfolio managers, buy side analysts and traders.
This monumental flow of price driving information is used to produce the Zacks Rank and 35 print, software, On-line, and fax services subscribed to by hundreds of thousands of individual investors, retail brokers, equity traders, portfolio managers, buy side analysts, and investor relations managers worldwide.
It is expected to compete effectively across several key segments of the US equities market, especially amongst domestically-oriented buy side analysts and fund managers, institutional sales people and retail firms.