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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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The first 10 correct callers drawn at random will be invited to take part in the tipster challenge.
Each tipster will have a pounds 20 single on their selections, published in The Punter on four successive Saturdays.
He wasn't a prince really but I suppose you could say he was the prince of tipsters. I first came across him at Salisbury races more than 60 years ago now when I was a National Serviceman based at Warminster.
He was proud of his record as a tipster, which included going through the card on 60 occasions during his career.
TWAS the first day at Cheltenham and all through the town absolute panicked chaos broke out when one merry tipster proclaimed: "If you like the name, back it".
If the case is cleared by arrest or results in the recovery of stolen goods or drugs, the tipster receives a reward.
Price spent nearly pounds 750,000 on three tipsters - half a million going to two advisers in Brighton and another pounds 215,000 on an unknown third tipster.
Employees of Trinity Mirror and Ladbrokes, journalists and professional tipsters are not eligible for entry.
Sunday People pools eXpert Kevin Jesson left all the other Sunday paper tipsters trailing in his wake in the Littlewoods Pools forecasters' competition.
DANIEL Perrin of Bath joins David Williams of Worcester in the top slot after the second week of our super King of the Tipsters competition.
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.