- adv. In a bullish manner.
“Notice how the 20 and 50 period EMAs crossed 'bullishly' early in December 30th and evolved into the "most bullish orientation possible" by the 31st.”
“Down at the pub the other night, a friend of mine bullishly claimed he'd heard that a match was once postponed on almost 30 separate occasions.”
“The Eastbourne get-together was bullishly determined that this year will be different.”
“Wouldn't that be a wonder, if the Legalitarians actually had to exercise real reason in every situation, weighing up their impact on the world instead of simply blundering bullishly through it, going round and round in circles, following whichever rule suited their self-interest at the time?”
“It's the most bullishly anticipated report in my lifetime.”
“As for tomorrow, Dennis Gartman , who publishes a daily investment newsletter, says he is planning "to err bullishly through Tuesday's close," pointing to recent evidence that stocks tend to gain strongly on the first day of the month.”
“After Jim Cramer waxed bullishly about Motricity, shares are higher by 14.9%.”
“Mr. Chetrit is acting even more bullishly with the Brooklyn development because it's in a neighborhood that remains economically depressed.”
“Permira is bullishly pushing a target price of more than £750m, based on 12 times the forecast 2011 earnings of £62m-£65m.”
“Despite its poor performance, investors remain bullishly aligned on the hardware sector.”
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