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  • noun Plural form of chartist.

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Examples

  • Technical analysts like charts (hence their nickname of "chartists"), and they like to give certain patterns they see neat little names.

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  • Technical analysts like charts (hence their nickname of "chartists"), and they like to give certain patterns they see neat little names.

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  • Commentators who base their forecasts on this theory rather than on economic or balance sheet fundamentals are known as technical analysts or 'chartists' (because they use charts to look at price movements).

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  • Technical analysts like charts (hence their nickname of "chartists"), and they like to give certain patterns they see neat little names.

    FOXNews.com

  • Technical analysts like charts (hence their nickname of "chartists"), and they like to give certain patterns they see neat little names.

    FOXNews.com

  • Commentators who base their forecasts on this theory rather than on economic or balance sheet fundamentals are known as technical analysts or 'chartists' (because they use charts to look at price movements).

    MoneyWeek RSS - All

  • Technical analysts like charts (hence their nickname of "chartists"), and they like to give certain patterns they see neat little names.

    FOXNews.com

  • Technical analysts like charts (hence their nickname of "chartists"), and they like to give certain patterns they see neat little names.

    FOXNews.com

  • Some chartists are claiming that this week's new high is very significant and a signal for a continued bull move but just as many claim we are well over bought and are still due a significant correction, so what are you to believe?

    Still bullish on silver.

  • Some chartists are claiming that this week's new high is very significant and a signal for a continued bull move but just as many claim we are well over bought and are still due a significant correction, so what are you to believe?

    Archive 2009-10-04

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