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Bearish

Words used to describe investor attitude. A bearish investor believes that a particular asset or the market as a whole will decline in value.

Bearish

Describing a market for one or more securities in which there are few buyers and many sellers. A bearish market occurs due to declining prices, and it is sometimes associated with high trading volume. Investors may also describe having a bearish feeling about a market, meaning they believe (not necessarily with any analysis) that prices have been declining or soon will begin to do so.

bearish

Of or relating to the belief that a particular stock or the market as a whole is headed for a period of generally falling prices. Compare bullish.
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KUWAIT, Feb 4 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended the past week trading with a record of four bullish sessions but closed bearishly, Al-Wasata Securities Company said in a report released on Saturday.
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Furthermore, the equity has been capped by its 10-week and 20-week trendlines since they bearishly crossed in mid-July.
Some 17,200 of these bearishly oriented contracts have changed hands so far today, placing the stock on our Intraday Volume Explosion List.
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Furthermore, its 10-week and 20-week trendlines are poised to bearishly cross.
This bearishly skewed ratio echoes the equity's 10-day ISE put/call volume ratio of 1.
Kamco index ended 31 sessions in a bullish manner and 20 others bearishly.
Moreover, these trendlines have bearishly crossed of late, typically a sign of impending technical weakness.
In other words, short-term options traders have been more bearishly biased toward the equity less than a third of the time during the past year.