- rising in prices.
- characterized by favorable economic prospects.
- Informal.regarding a particular investment as potentially profitable (often followed by on): We're still bullish on treasury bonds.
Origin of bullish
Related Words for bullishpithy, compelling, vigorous, energetic, convincing, vehement, persuasive, dynamic, cogent, violent, commanding, forcible, strong, dominant, dynamical, effective, electric, elemental, gutsy, mighty
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Contemporary Examples of bullish
Tesla Motors, for example, which now enjoys a $30 billion market capitalization thanks to bullish investors.Capitalism Is Saving the Climate, You Hippies
September 24, 2014
Investors are bullish in Aereo, too; the company has raised almost $100 million in funding.What the Aereo Decision Means for You
June 25, 2014
But on the big screen, this bullish Brit transformed into the quintessential Cockney accented tough guy with a big heart.Remembering Bob Hoskins, the Burly British Star of ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit,’ Who Died at 71
April 30, 2014
There were plenty of other reasons to be bullish about Sean Saves the World.The Failure of ‘Sean Saves the World’ Is Epically Disappointing
January 29, 2014
And yet for all his bullish talk of collective leadership, his 14 years in power have been anything but a joint effort.Bad News for Hugo Chávez—and, Possibly, Venezuela
December 9, 2012
Historical Examples of bullish
The sight of scarlet always went to his bullish head, and now made him more mad.The Auto Boys' Vacation
James A. Braden
You love toothless satires; let me inform you, a toothless satire is as improper as a toothed sleekstone, and as bullish.'
A toothless satire is as improper as a toothed sleck stone, and as bullish.
"And curb securities naturally feel the influence of the bullish sentiment," Fiedler continued.Potash & Perlmutter