- n. The characteristic of being bullish.
“As intriguing in this moment of U.S. pessimism is the 56-year-old uber-investor's long-term bullishness on American companies and U.S. competitiveness.”
“Part of the reason for Mr. Zandi's short-term bullishness is that he figures about five million households aren't making payments on their mortgages, giving them as much as $60 billion to spend for now.”
“Still not in the mass conciousness, but the bullishness is definitely there among the gold and silver bugs, and that has me encouraged.”
“Cramer's short-term bullishness has been vindicated.”
“Analysts expect longer-term bullishness in overseas markets to continue amid fears that inflation will become a major concern because of plentiful liquidity in global financial markets, but a bigger move in retail prices will depend on gold rising above its March 2008 high of $1,032/oz.”
“My normal bullishness is tempered by the realization that most strategists are also bullish, at least in part because after three consecutive down years, a fourth is historically unlikely.”
“And I think the action the President is taking today will provide some longer-term bullishness and stability to the market price.”
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