A stock-market specialist who uses charts and graphs to interpret market action, predict trends, or forecast price movements of individual stocks.(noun)
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Use "chartist" in a sentence
"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"
"Long-term chartist Martin Pring had the same thought in his Monthly, published this weekend: The Gold Miners ETF, the GDX, has been lagging the metal quite badly."
"Many readers would probably believe the predictions of a tea leaf reader before those of a "chartist"."