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  • noun A financier.

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  • noun archaic A financier.


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financial +‎ -ist


  • Looking at the economic meltdown that is beginning in the US, which I think clearly traces its roots to deregulated, financialist capitalism, I find a similar duality.

    Peace, order and good government, eh?: August 2007 Archives

  • Like I have this degree and I have this job, and I'm so stuck with it, till I can retire at 51 * according to my financialist* and I'm just going to have to keep my unhappy, bitter, nose to the grindstone till I can see my way out of it, at the age of 51.

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • Globe and Mail is a thought-provoking (and somewhat depressing) exercise in linear predictions based on peak oil, rampant financialist malfeasance and climate change:

    Boing Boing


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