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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.
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Four picks later, the New York Jets selected center Nick Mangold, who roomed with Hawk in Columbus.
The software, which is delivered on CD-ROM, will scan the market for hot stock picks with a single click or can be set to scan automatically at intervals throughout the trading day.
When you have a chance to pick what you feel, at least in your own mind, is the franchise quarterback, you make it,'' said Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi, who traded several picks to San Diego two years ago for the top overall pick, Eli Manning.
The Mighty Ducks have the second pick in today's NHL Entry Draft.
The picks will appear in the software in the pre-market," McKinley continued.
They stun just about everyone, including themselves, by bringing 59- year-old Phil Jackson back with a three-year contract to revive a team that won a measly 34 games last season, and then they spend their earliest pick in over 10 years on the youngest player taken in NBA Draft history.
The Stock Picker RT provides two short lists of stock picks every trading day.
Baylor stopped short of saying exactly which player fits that mold and would be a reasonable selection with the 12th overall pick.
The World Picks website is an important vehicle for our customers to obtain information and program schedules for the on demand and network services, as well as for viewers to alert local distributors of the need for international programming in their communities," said Cynthia Burnell, the senior vice president and general manager of World Picks.
In the slotted world of NFL draft picks, where salaries and signing bonuses de-escalate by the pick, just who is No.
Many draft followers expected DePodesta's style to clash with that of Logan White, the team's director of amateur scouting, who had enjoyed success with high school picks.