from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Having a heavy muscular physique.
- adjective Bullheaded.
- adjective Causing, expecting, or characterized by rising stock market prices.
- adjective Optimistic or confident.
from The Century Dictionary.
- In the stock exchange, somewhat buoyant; advancing or tending to advance in price, in consequence of the efforts of the bulls: as, a bullish market.
- Partaking of the nature of a bull or blunder.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Partaking of the nature of a bull, or a blunder.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Having a
- adjective Aggressively
self-confidentor assertive; bullheaded
- adjective stock market, of the price of financial instruments
optimistic; overly or foolishly optimisticor hopeful
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective expecting a rise in prices
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One thing I learned from the storm is to be more judicious in the use of the term bullish.
Also, I would look to see if there is what I call a bullish divergence; in other words, futures making a lower low while the tick is making a higher low that would be a bullish divergence.
According to Admiral Toyoda, the meeting started with what he characterized as a bullish attitude to continue the war.
ISHARES INC MSCI EMERGING MRKT (EEM); that's what I call a bullish reversal, buy and use $23 as your stop. iShares Trust FTSE China (FXI); will sell my stake and buy more on a pull back.
While Goldman expects the yuan to strengthen further—indeed, it is still recommending a second, longer-term bullish wager—Mr. Westwood urged investors to close the first wager for a potential return of 4.2%.
While Goldman expects the yuan to strengthen further—indeed, it still recommends a second, longer-term bullish wager—Mr. Westwood urged investors to close the first wager for a potential return of 4.2%.
Volume in bullish calls on the Brazilian miner's stock jumped after the company reported a record third-quarter profit, results that showed the benefits of strong iron-ore prices and brisk demand.
Analysts remain bullish, with Standard Chartered raising its average gold price forecast for 2011 to $1,400 an ounce, from the previous $1,175.
However, he remains long-term bullish on the markets and expects further falls from current Sensex levels to spark fresh buying.
"Investors flocked to Trina Solar options to position for continued near-term bullish movement in the price of the stock," Interactive Brokers equity options analyst Caitlin Duffy wrote in a report.