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A person who analyzes movements or trends in the price of stocks or other securities as a means of predicting future performance.


(Stock Exchange) a stock market specialist who analyses and predicts market trends from graphs of recent price and volume movements of selected securities


(ˈtʃɑr tɪst)

1. a specialist in the stock market who studies and draws charts of trading actions.
2. a cartographer.
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Noun1.Chartist - a 19th century English reformer who advocated better social and economic conditions for working people
crusader, meliorist, reformer, reformist, social reformer - a disputant who advocates reform
2.chartist - a stock market analyst who tries to predict market trends from graphs of recent prices of securities
market analyst - an analyst of conditions affecting a market (especially the stock market)


[ˈtʃɑːtɪst] N the Chartists (Hist) → los cartistas
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Well, sir, this was my argument: At the time of the Chartist trouble, an idea spread amongst financial circles that an attack was going to be made on the Bank of England.
The Owenites in England, and the Fourierists in France, respectively, oppose the Chartists and the Reformistes.
I can't help but draw some parallels between the Chartist movement of 19th-century Britain, and the current Occupy Wall Street movement.
The agitations in the Bull Ring (and elsewhere) were put down by the police, the land reform movement was declared illegal in the courts, and a number of the Chartist leaders were imprisoned.
TWO years have elapsed since the leader of Merthyr council, Councillor Jeff Edwards, declared "that all necessary measures are being taken to ensure the preservation" of the historic Georgian Grade-II listed building, Vulcan House, the former home of the Chartist leader Matthew John, the last living Merthyr Chartist, who died in Vulcan House in 1888.
com/topics/List_of_suffragists_ and_suffragettes Elsewhere in Victorian times the Chartist Movement was enormously important in attempting to allow ordinary people a say in the running of the country and attracted thousands of supporters, particularly in the burgeoning towns and cities of Victorian England.
The Chartist movement of the late 1830s and 1840s believed that people had no one else but themselves to blame for the actions of their politicians.
In a rich and meticulously researched book Mike Sanders has stridently retrieved Chartist poetry from the margins.
And there has also been an emphasis on specific individuals attached to the Chartist movement such as Miles Taylor's highly engaging account of Ernest Jones.
19 Early shrewdies were alive to the gamble on the Richard Hannon-trained Chartist in the 5f maiden at the same track, getting 19 before the late plunge.
These singular writings, dark political satires on child murder alleging that working class children were targets of insidious government plots, are situated in the broader context of Chartist newspaper critiques of infanticide as a deplorable outcome of the harshness of the 1834 New Poor Law.