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Basher

A person who spreads (possibly false) negative information about a security in order to make its price fall. The goal of a basher is to drive the price artificially low so one can buy it and profit from the resulting price correction when the security rises back to its former price.
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Basher galit na galit kay Regine Velasquez: Nakakahiya ka!
However, one basher kept posting mean comments, even insulting their appearance.
(I don't understand these bashers when they say, "Oh, Julia is prettier than you." Oh, why, are we supposed to outdo each other's looks?
He also mocked his basher by intentionally speaking in broken English which made Brillantes, Diaz and Echarri burst into laughter.
Quinto gave a detailed account of what transpired and even included the usernames of the supposed bashers.
To their credit, the love team does not reciprocate the hate they receive from bashers.
This is not the first time Manzano busted out a basher. Among the many instances in the past was when he silenced a basher by exposing her identity in public.
Nobody gives us a chance, but we were last season's bookie bashers and we want to create a few more surprises." Stute will have new signings, former Glens midfielder Shaun Holmes and ex-Sheffield Wednesday starlet Liam McMenamin in their panel.
Bashers are not only trying to kill the victim; they are, in some sense, trying to kill their own gay side and reassure themselves and their friends about their own masculinity.
Public school bashers hope to turn enough Americans against public schools so that ideas like vouchers and privatization become more palatable.
Darren Espanto has come to Jayda Avanzado's defense and appealed to her bashers to stop hating her.
Thus said Marian Rivera when asked of her opinion on bashers on social media during the press conference for FHM Philippines' 100' Sexiest Women victory party.