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An investor who thinks the market, a specific security or an industry will rise. Investors who takes a bull approach will purchase securities under the assumption that they can be sold later at a higher price. A "
" is considered to be the opposite of a bull.
For example, if you are bullish on the S&P 500, you will attempt to profit from a rise in the index by "going long" on it.
, in comparison, are pessimistic (
) and believe that a particular security, commodity or entity will suffer a decline in price.
Bullishness does not necessarily apply only to the stock market; you could, for example, be bullish on just about anything, including real estate or commodities, like soy beans, crude oil or even peanuts.
Read more: Bull Definition | Investopedia
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