Sell-side analyst

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Sell-side analyst

A financial analyst who works for a brokerage firm and whose recommendations are passed on to the brokerage firm's customers. Also called Wall Street analyst.

Sell-Side Analyst

A securities analyst who works for a brokerage. The observations and recommendations of sell-side analysts are given to brokers, who in turn pass them along to the firm's clients. They are also called Wall Street analysts.
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Prior to that, he was a noted sell side analyst with Fulcrum Global Partners and Merrill Lynch.
The Atlanta chapter of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) will host a buy and sell side analyst panel for its monthly meeting on Friday, December 5, 2003.
Grisewood has had extensive experience as a sell side analyst, primarily in small cap stocks, and has worked for such firms as DLJ, and EF Hutton.
Sherry Grisewood, CFA has had extensive experience as a sell side analyst, primarily in small cap stocks, and has worked for such firms as DLJ, and EF Hutton.
For nearly 15 years, money managers have been asking us to tell them who are the best sell side analysts," explained Zacks.
BOX have flexible licensing models that can fulfill the needs of financial institutions, exchanges, buy and sell side analysts, content providers, re-distributors, channel partners and value-added resellers.
Bigdough maintains detailed information and intelligence on more than 40,000 buyside portfolio managers and analysts, more than 11,000 sell side analysts and roughly 7,000 influential financial journalists.
In a previously released survey by San Francisco-based StarMine, which objectively measures the performance of sell side analysts based on the returns of their buy/sell recommendations and the accuracy of their earnings estimates, Mr.
San Francisco-based StarMine objectively measures the performance of sell side analysts based on the returns of their buy/sell recommendations and the accuracy of their earnings estimates.
Bigdough maintains detailed information and intelligence on more than 38,000 buyside portfolio managers and analysts, more than 10,000 sell side analysts and more than 7,000 influential financial journalists.
One of many uses includes identifying pointed questions key sell side analysts are asking their competitors; sometimes just hours before a scheduled call," added Irving.
s current market capitalization is over $5 billion dollars, with constituencies of over 500,000 shareholders and 28 sell side analysts.