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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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Bravo Company introduced their standard GunFighter charging handle years ago.
Two days after Gunfighter 11's arrival, aircraft 102 also arrived from the Fort Worth plant.
The gunfighter was born to English parents in 1837 and was already skilled as a marksman by the time he was 12.
What separated the gunfighter of the Old West was not technique or the weapons they used (although you have to give kudos to a man who was willing to go head to head with another using a single-action revolver that had to be thumb-cocked for each shot).
The actress told how she also persuaded Tarantino to cast her dad - who plays Son of a Gunfighter.
The true love of this book seems not between romantic counterparts but between the old gunfighter Luke and his partner Joshua a black man.
A mysterious gunfighter intervenes when a man and his famliy are threatened by a predatory cattle baron determined to force every homesteader in the valley off the land.
At Wolverhampton's evening meeting punters have to wait until the final race on the card for Gunfighter, but it should be worth it.
Those attending the Gunfighter Course said that the course improved their weapons-handling speed and combat skills.
This paper hopes to add to this body of literature by examining the progress of the warrior's glory and his homecoming through a comparison of Henry King's The Gunfighter (1950) (1) and Homer's eighth century B.
The remaining two are Emily, a young girl who has been abused by men, and Stark, a gunfighter who is seeking revenge for the vicious murder of his common-law wife by a man who has sought refuge in Japan.
By 1879, he was in the new silver mining town of Tombstone with his brothers Morgan and Virgil boosting his reputation as a gunfighter and covering the entire Arizona Territory as a deputy marshal.