An analyst who is employed by a firm that buys stocks for the company's own holdings - mutual funds, insurance companies, and pension funds, for example. A buy-side analyst's recommendations remain in-house for use by staff money managers and are not typically disseminated to investment community at large. Compare to sell-side analyst.
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