[ US /ˈtʃɑɹtɪst/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈɑːtɪst/ ]
  1. a stock market analyst who tries to predict market trends from graphs of recent prices of securities
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How To Use chartist In A Sentence

  • Chartists judge which stocks are 'oversold' and which are 'overbought'. Times, Sunday Times
  • A more conventional line was taken by the Chartists, who set out to win sympathy for the respectable working man as a head of household with dependants to support.
  • This experience radicalised him and in 1839 he joined the Chartists.
  • Technical analysts like charts (hence their nickname of "chartists"), and they like to give certain patterns they see neat little names.
  • We all know there are laws that apply to planning applications, although if the suffragettes and Chartists had adopted an attitude of apathy and did not stand up to be counted all those years ago, we would not now have the vote.
  • Unusually for a parliamentarian, his roots are sunk deep in the historical soil of extra-parliamentary rebellion, from the Chartists and the Tolpuddle Martyrs, to the Suffragettes and the anti-poll tax protesters.
  • Many readers would probably believe the predictions of a tea leaf reader before those of a "chartist". The Daily Reckoning UK RSS Feed
  • Born in Dunfermline, Scotland, Carnegie was indoctrinated in the democratic, pacifistic tenets of his father, a Chartist radical.
  • Those of a more nervous disposition might find long-term chartist Martin Pring's typically more white-knuckled weekly comment on Friday more effective comfort: Things look pretty good for the iPath DJ-UBS Precious Metals Subindex Total Return ETN - Software Industry News
  • If prices are in a downtrend and open interest is on the rise, chartists know that new money is coming into the market, showing aggressive new short selling.
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