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Tipster

A person who provides insider information. In doing so, the tipster commits a crime, regardless of whether or not the information is used in investing.

tipster

A person who provides inside information.
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He trusted his Russian tipster and strictly use his games.
The fact that officers found a gun did not add credence to the tipster's allegation.
* The tipster also shows photos of the phone's screen protector on Twitter
The first batch of tipsters included a habal-habal (motorcycle) driver, a mother and son, and another tipster whose phone was snatched by an Abu Sayyaf member who used the phone to contact Supt.
Kieran was Ireland's most prolific tipster over a long number of years and in recent times he harnessed his work to support different charities, including the Injured Jockeys Fund.
The tipster, who worked to land potential new business, alleged that an executive of Microsoft's China subsidiary instructed the tipster to offer kickbacks to Chinese officials in return for signing off on software contracts, sources said
"We can only hope that the PM is a better politician than tipster."
How come a tipster - and not a very good one this week - can frighten the world's largest firm into rejecting a bet?
He is expected to keep his speech to anec-totes about his life as a tipster for theHerald newspaper in Glasgow,for which he still writes acolumn.
Keyte's new success followed on from a profitable summer flat season which saw The Western Mail's tipster come up trumps with 113 winners.
The tipster says that the Asus ZB632KL model of the ZenFone Max M2, and the Asus ZB634KL model of the the ZenFone Max Pro (M2) are the Indian variants.The smartphones could launch at MWC 2019.
The source said the tipster, who received P450,000, had sought the help of someone close to the President about his situation.