Bullish

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Bullish

Word used to describe an investor's attitude. Bullish refers to an optimistic outlook, while bearish means a pessimistic outlook.
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Bullish

Describing an indicator that prices are likely to rise. A simple example of a bullish indicator is a large number of margin transactions, which means investors are buying and generally leads to higher prices. See also: Bearish.
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bullish

Of or relating to the belief that a particular stock or the market as a whole is headed for a period of generally rising prices. Compare bearish.
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