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2008 All America Research Team

  • Repeating in first place is Colin McGranahan of Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., dubbed by one portfolio manager as “the go-to man if you want to know the numerical impact of an issue.”
  • The “finest consumer analyst on the Street” is how one port­folio manager describes David Adelman of Morgan Stanley, who tops the sector for a sixth year in a row.
  • Clients say Brian Tunick, who captures the crown for a third consecutive year, provides a “fresh and realistic take on ­what’s going on,” says one invesor.
  • After two years in the No. 2 position, John Glass claims his first-­ever first-place finish. Glass, who moved to Morgan Stanley from CIBC World Markets in January, has a “good sense about why stocks trade the way they do,” according to one client.
  • For a seventh straight year, Robin Farley of UBS lands in the No. 1 spot. “She is phenomenal on the cruise lines,” says one enthusiastic backer. Higher fuel costs and a decline in consumer spending prompted Farley, 38, to repeatedly highlight her negative stance on Miami-­based Royal Caribbean Cruises, first down­graded to neutral in 2006. In the 12 months ­ended mid-­September, the stock was off 21.8 percent.
  • In the top spot for a third consecutive year is Joseph Greff, who, according to one ­money manager, “has conviction and communicates it clearly.”