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Bearish vs. Bullish

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Bearishadjective

Resembling or likened to a bear, typically in being rough, surly, or clumsy.

Bullishadjective

Having a muscular physique, built 'like a bull'

Bearishadjective

Characterized by falling prices.

Bullishadjective

Aggressively self-confident or assertive; bullheaded

‘He was heavily criticised for his bullish behaviour.’;

Bearishadjective

(by extension) Pessimistic about the future.

Bullishadjective

Optimistic; overly or foolishly optimistic or hopeful

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Bearishadjective

Partaking of the qualities of a bear; resembling a bear in temper or manners.

Bullishadjective

Characterized by rising value.

Bearishadjective

Fearful of or anticipating falling prices, as in the stock market; as, bearish sentiment inhibited buying.

Bullishadjective

Partaking of the nature of a bull, or a blunder.

‘Let me inform you, a toothless satire is as improper as a toothed sleek stone, and as bullish.’;

Bearishadjective

Tending to cause prices to fall.

Bullishadjective

expecting a rise in prices

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Bearishadjective

Pessimistic.

Bearishadjective

expecting prices to fall

Bearishadjective

resembling or likened to a bear, typically in being rough, surly, or clumsy

‘a bearish figure with mutton chop whiskers’;

Bearishadjective

characterized by or associated with falling share prices.

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