from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a bearish manner (in either sense of the adjective).

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a bearish manner.


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  • Currently, these market timers are betting bearishly, which is bullish, but it is not to the extreme levels seen in July.


  • "Credit markets are rallying, as are equity and rates markets, but all of them were very bearishly positioned and have been squeezed in the run up to the summit," said Hans Peter Lorenzen , credit strategist at Citigroup.

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  • In other words, options traders have rarely been more bearishly aligned toward INTU during the past year.

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  • Barron's wrote bearishly on Berkshire in late 2007 when the stock traded at $144,000 and we turned bullish in late November with the shares just above current levels.

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  • From the bearishly natural Skarsgard, whose open, likable Jan becomes an increasingly ambiguous figure.

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  • But they are also, broadly speaking, priced too bearishly.

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  • Our Rydex Fund ratios continue to show that fund flows remain bearishly biased.

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  • In other words, investors have been more bearishly aligned toward the stock only 11% of the time during the past 52 weeks.

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  • Compared against other readings taken during the past 52 weeks, options players have been more bearishly aligned toward the stock only 5% of the time.

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  • As we have pointed out, the activity in these funds often simulates the overall buying and selling seen in stocks such that a shift back to bearishly biased Rydex funds as quantified by declining fund ratios does not help the short-term bullish argument.

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