What does bullish mean?

Definitions for bullishˈbʊl ɪʃ

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word bullish.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bullish(adj)

    expecting a rise in prices

Wiktionary

  1. bullish(Adjective)

    Having a muscular physique

  2. bullish(Adjective)

    Aggressively self-confident or assertive; bullheaded

    He was heavily criticised for his bullish behaviour

  3. bullish(Adjective)

    rising

  4. bullish(Adjective)

    optimistic; overly or foolishly optimistic or hopeful

  5. Origin: * From bull + -ish

Webster Dictionary

  1. Bullish(adj)

    partaking of the nature of a bull, or a blunder

Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of bullish in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of bullish in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Vyanne Lai:

    We haven't seen hedge funds and money managers to be as optimistic and bullish as they are currently. They are at their most bullish since July last year, when the oil market fundamentals haven't really changed that much.

  2. John Kilduff:

    The further decline in crude oil inventories and the high refinery utilization rate, despite the slight decline, makes for a mostly bullish report, the strong refinery demand and gasoline demand are the key items in the report, creating a bullish conclusion.

  3. Tamas Varga:

    Markets are worried that a Greek debt default could hit European economic growth and thus fuel demand, capital controls are not bullish for the economy, and not bullish for oil. How much can you spend on gasoline if you can't withdraw more than 60 euros a day?

  4. Jeff Currie:

    I'm bullish on oil, two to three years out. But I don't know if I'm bullish from $20 to $50 a barrel, or from $40 to $70 a barrel, or from $50 to $100 a barrel ... Until you have an equilibrium in all those other macro variables, you can't talk about a stable equilibrium in oil.

  5. Jeff Currie:

    The world was a different place when we ran those triple-digit numbers. So, you would not only need oil to go back you'd need all those variables to go back. You created a perfect set of conditions that allowed you to get up to those levels, i'm bullish on oil, two to three years out. But I don't know if I'm bullish from $20 to $50 a barrel, or from $40 to $70 a barrel, or from $50 to $100 a barrel ... Until you have an equilibrium in all those other macro variables, you can't talk about a stable equilibrium in oil.

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