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Aug 31, 2002

In the belly of the whale

Inside the world's largest institutional investors there are schools of analysts

If you think the typical buy-side analyst is a generalist who covers hundreds of companies in dozens of industry sectors and gets company-specific information mainly from sell-side research, think again. Large institutions are steadily building their research departments and generating ever more analysis under their own roofs. The result is a new breed of buy-side analyst with just as much information about your company as anyone on the sell side. Consider that by some current estimates, Putnam

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