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fundamentalist

An investor who selects securities to buy and sell on the basis of fundamental analysis. Compare technician.
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Technicians and fundamentalists have conflicting views about the stock market because technicians prefer to buy strong stocks that break out of resistance levels while fundamentalists are often wary about these stocks because the significant increase in price usually makes these stocks expensive.
'There are fundamentalists in west and India as well.
It is a contradiction to say Hindu and terrorists because religious terrorism cannot take place unless there is a fundamentalist attitude in that religion.
An important aspect of the research on the Bangladeshi fundamentalist economy is that this is not a new phenomenon but almost four decades old, which is nearly as old as the state itself.
For the fundamentalist, there is no room to consider views that are at variance with their accepted doctrine and contrary views will either be dismissed out-of-hand or resisted with considerable vigour and, often, violence.
The Reluctant Fundamentalist is a riveting thriller about Changez, a young Pakistani man chasing corporate success on Wall Street in the era of globalisation.
The publication of 12 booklets from 1910 to 1915 titled The Fundamentals was in effect both the distillation of this reaction and the setting of the fundamentalist Christian agenda for the next century.
(6) Norris formed the Premillennial Fundamental Missionary Fellowship, an organization of fundamentalist churches, in 1931 to compete with the SBC, and he moved away from extended discussions of local-church independence.
It also has over 140 satellite churches nationwide that preach the same fundamentalist doctrine.
This is where the distinction of semi- or quasi-fundamentalists can be helpful; both prefixes indicate that these resemble classic fundamentalists in some ways, that they exhibit some fundamentalist characteristics, or that they can be considered partially fundamentalist, but not fully.
Research undertaken by AU attorneys shows that the program used taxpayer money to set up a Web site rife with fundamentalist dogma.
Adding to the 'Turning Points in World History' series is THE RISE OF ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALISM edited by Philip Margulies (0737729856, $34.95), which provides over 200 pages documenting the roots, nature and rise of Islamic fundamentalist thought in the world.