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Pick

Slang; a stock or other security that an analyst recommends his or her clients buy. For example, an analyst who is bullish on tech stocks may choose Google and Facebook as his picks.
References in classic literature ?
and I wouldn't like it to get out; but there ain't only just the one way: we got to dig him out with the picks, and LET ON it's case-knives.
Of course," said the priest, "when a grown up girl is really picking flowers, she picks them with plenty of stalk.
He asserted that he was going to pick more than anyone that day, but mother; of course no one could pick so much as mother; that reminded him of the trials which Aphrodite put upon the curious Psyche, and he began to tell his children the story of her love for the unseen bridegroom.
He picks them up, and is going out when she rises and speaks to him].
One of the others commenced to ply his pick to the ground.
I think I shall keep this Wizard until a new Sorcerer is ready to pick, for he seems quite skillful and may be of use to us.
I knew it was against the Law, but I wanted to save Unc Nunkie and I was afraid if I asked your consent to pick it you would refuse me.
If you want to preach, come and take a pick now, and preach when they're resting,' and he did and worked well too, and afterwards when we had to knock off, he preached, and Trent took the chair and made 'em all listen.
Dropping the hammer and pipe-wrench, but retaining pick and shovel, he climbed up the slide to where a vague line of outputting but mostly soil-covered rock could be seen.
It is the law here that whoever picks a dinner-pail without our permission must die immediately.
He was to bring his boat round on a certain night to an old wharf which was never guarded, and there he was to pick me up.
There's a circulating library at the Glen store--but I don't think the committee who pick the books for Mr.