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Gunslinger

An aggressive portfolio manager who makes risky investments, typically in margin accounts, in search of high returns.

Gunslinger

A money manager who is willing to take big risks to increase the potential return on investments. A gunslinger, for example, would be more likely to invest in the IPO of a company with a new and exciting product about which little is known, than to invest in the secured bond issued by a company everyone knows and trusts. The term especially refers to money managers who buy the risky securities on margin. See also: Risk lover.

gunslinger

An aggressive investor who purchases speculative securities. The term is often used to refer to portfolio managers who choose risky investments with the potential for major gains in value.
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We get to chase waves of stampeding cattle, outrun marauding bands of hostiles, or face down menacing gunslingers.
Fulton completes Cardiff's 11-strong import roster and Texas Wildcatters' official Malcolm Cameron certainly has a high opinion of Fulton, saying: "Marc was one of the most sought after rookie forwards when he left college - one of the new young gunslingers in Texas when he joined us.
Defending the armed officers, he told the Old Bailey: "These aren't trigger happy gunslingers ready to shoot anybody.
Despite the influx of gunslingers, Reserve Los Angeles Deputy Sheriff Joe Powell, dressed in lesser period duds and acting as captain of the 25-person posse, five of whom ride horseback patrols, had no trouble keeping the peace.
How many gunslingers came out of the Civil War, still socially numbed and prone to violence?
In announcing its selection of "Bad Girls," FIC noted that its members were impressed by the way Fox marketed an offbeat genre film about four western women gunslingers.
When diplomacy fails, and the US government needs a "deniable" military solution to its problems abroad, they call on the GUNSLINGERS.
Tha Japanese film was remade into the classic cowboy movie The Magnificent Seven in 1960, starring Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen as gunslingers.
In the 1960s classic, Brynner plays the leader of a bunch of gunslingers who come together to save a Mexican village from marauding bandits.
High-back booths, the primary seating, each sport a different theme such as gunslingers, outlaw posters, Indians, lawmen and railroads.
While the aliens and gunslingers that populate Platinum's pages don't have quite the iconic status of the Caped Crusader, box office analyst Gitesh Pandya said they have the potential to become successful films.