1. contrarian

noun. ['ˌkɑːnˈtrɛriːən'] an investor who deliberately decides to go against the prevailing wisdom of other investors.


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Example sentences of the word contrarian

1. Adjective
Other funds take a contrarian view and bet against the dollar by investing in currencies from other nations.

Quotes containing the word contrarian

1. Because even among contrarians, I’m a contrarian. But all of this is just words of bronze, third place rhetoric. What do I really mean when I say we want to shock society into awareness? Do we mean we want more originality and individuality? Less TV, more reading, writing, actual thinking? Less sheep, more shepherd pie? Yes, yes, and a little more pie, please. Oh, and some more sweet tea, too
- Jarod Kintz, I Should Have Renamed This