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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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Specifically, our Intraday Volume Explosion List reveals that more than 5,500 of these bearishly oriented contracts have changed hands so far, outpacing the stock's average daily put volume by more than eight to one.
KUWAIT, Feb 9 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) closed last week's trading bearishly after gains posted by the benchmark during the past 10 weeks, Al-Oula Financial Brokerage Company said in a report, released on Saturday.
NYSE: BBY), as traders on the International Securities Exchange (ISE) bought to open 2,672 of these bearishly oriented contracts during the course of Wednesday's session.
The market performed bearishly throughout Sunday's session.
Some 17,200 of these bearishly oriented contracts have changed hands so far today, placing the stock on our Intraday Volume Explosion List.
This bearishly skewed ratio echoes the equity's 10-day ISE put/call volume ratio of 1.
KUWAIT, June 10 (KUNA) -- Gulf stock markets performed in a "tragic manner" in May and closed the month bearishly, according to a report released by Global Investment House.
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.
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.
Puts are also more popular than usual; about 13,600 of these bearishly oriented contracts changed hands by midday, compared to DNDN's average daily put trading volume of 3,948 contracts.
The weighted index, after starting the day's session bearishly, joined the
Volume has swollen to more than 11 times the stock's average daily put volume, with more than 10,000 of these bearishly oriented options changing hands.