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  • Craig Moffett rules the roost for a fifth year running; the 48-year-old analyst is also ranked third in Telecom Services. Hailed by one investor for his “spot-on predictions on share gains at cable companies,” the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. researcher urged clients to buy Time Warner Cable way back in July 2008, well ahead of its spin-off from parent Time Warner.
  • Clients say “great short-term and long-term stock calls,” such as an “early but well-­timed call on Disney,” help Anthony DiClemente rise the final rung to secure his first-­ever appearance at the top of the ranking.
  • Alexia Quadrani, who spent the past six years in second place, climbs the final step to finish on top for the first time.
  • Investors say “extremely accurate predictions” and “unique viewpoints that are backed by solid research” help the J.P. Morgan squad under Filippo Lo Franco catapult from runner-­up to first place.
  • It’s four straight years on top for Craig Huber of Barclays Capital.
  • Michael Nathanson is No. 1 for a fourth straight year in this sector, which was expanded to incorporate Radio & TV Broadcasting