Definitions for "Analyst"
One who analyzes; formerly, one skilled in algebraical geometry; now commonly, one skilled in chemical analysis.
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A financial analyst tracks the performance of a number of companies or industries, evaluates their potential value as investments, and makes recommendations to buy, sell, or hold specific securities. When the most highly respected analysts express a strong opinion about a share, there is often an immediate impact on that share's price as investors rush to follow the advice. Some analysts work for financial institutions, such as mutual fund companies, brokerage firms, and banks. Others work for analytical services, such as Crisil , Standard & Poor's, or Moody's Investors Service, or as independent evaluators. Analysts' commentaries appear regularly in the financial press, and on radio, television, and the Internet.
a current government employee who has access to the classified and non-classified documentation which supports what the rest of the world already knew
a full-time employee holding a minimum of a bachelor's degree in chemistry, radiochemistry, radioisotope technology or related natural science fields and having had at least two years of experience in radiation and radiochemical procedures
An applicant/hire who is studying for/has received a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) or a masters degree with limited (usually internship) work experience.
Keywords:  ringtail, fti, flc, rup, eliciting
a member of the FTI Consulting FLC Repository Services team that includes Ringtail
Someone who creates views for analytic interpretation of data, performs calculations and distributes the resulting information in the form of reports.
Member of the project team who is responsible for eliciting and interpret ing the stakeholder need s, and communicating those needs to the entire team. [D04683] RUP
Keywords:  psychoanalyst, see
See psychoanalyst.
a licensed practitioner of psychoanalysis
Keywords:  guess, startups, angels, venture, wrong
a professional TOP Angels Individuals which provide venture capital to new startups
a trained professional paid to guess wrong about the economy
An individual who provides a quantitative measure of AC. This individual usually is blind to experimental conditions and the intended target.
an individual who performs reengineering or reverse engineering on an existing system.
Person similar to a weather forecaster or astrologer, but not quite so accurate. An analyst is paid to make similar predictions about future earnings as other analysts. Derivation of 'anal' and 'list' since that is where most of the earnings estimates come from. See Earnings Estimate.
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Keywords:  compelling, one
a compelling one
Keywords:  programmer
Keywords:  story, see
See Story Analyst
Typically, a person who defines problems and develops procedures for resolving them. Often used interchangeably with Agent.