Bull

An investor who believes that a share price or market is going to rise and is likely to be buying stocks and shares.

Bull

A sexually mature, uncastrated bovine male.
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Bull

Bull is slang for excessive ceremony, ritual, discipline, procedures.
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Bull

A bull is an intact (i.e., not castrated) adult male of the species Bos taurus (cattle). More muscular and aggressive than the female of the species, the cow, the bull has long been an important symbol in many cultures, and plays a significant role in both beef and dairy farming, and in a variety of other cultural activities. ==Nomenclature== The ...
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Bull

[nickname] Bull, The Bull and Da Bull are nicknames. Those so named include: ...
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Bull

[surname] Bull is a surname. In addition to people bearing `Bull` as an Old World-derived surname, `Bull` has been part of the names of some Native Americans. Some of them bear it as part of a traditional name of their respective cultures. Some of these, and some others, either have borne it as part of a legal surname or (with or without th...
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Bull

Adult male cetacean.
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Bull

An investor who thinks the market will rise. Related: bear.
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bull

An uncastrated male bovine.
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Bull

Is a person such as an investor, speculator, or strategist who thinks that a stock, index, or market will appreciate in value. Compare to Bear.
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Bull

One who believes the market will rise (As opposed to Bear).
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Bull

An investor who believes that prices are going to rise.
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Bull

Someone who expects market prices to climb or rally. Such a person or view is often called bullish. See also bear.
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bull

[n] - (informal) uncomplimentary terms for a policeman 2. [n] - an investor with an optimistic market outlook 3. [n] - a large and strong and heavyset man 4. [n] - a formal proclamation issued by the pope (usually written in antiquated characters and sealed with a leaden bulla) 5. [n] - uncastrated adult male of domestic catt...
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Bull

An investor who has bought a security in the hope of selling it at a higher price as he thinks the market will go up.
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Bull

One who anticipates a rise in prices.
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Bull

An investor who believes that the prices of shares are going to rise. He is therefore a buyer in... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/bull.htm?id=186&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of bull'>more</a>
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Bull

An investor who expects the market, sector or security to rise in price. The expectation of rises is described as 'bullish'...more on bulls
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bull

In business, trader in financial market who believes the market is going to rise. Such positive sentiments are said to be bullish. A bull is the opposite of a bear. In a bull market, prices fall and...
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bull

Document or edict issued by the pope; so called from the circular seals (medieval Latin bulla) attached to them. Some of the most celebrated bulls include Leo X's condemnation of Luther in 1520 and...
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Bull

NATO codename for the Tupolev Tu-4 and Tu-80 bomber [SU;RU]
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bull

An investor who expects share prices to rise or, more generally, has an optimistic outlook. A bull market is a period of rising share prices. The opposite of bear
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Bull

An investor who buys a security in the hope of selling it at a higher price, as he thinks the market will go up. A bull market is a rising market in which bulls would prosper.
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Bull

Bull noun [ Middle English bule , bul , bole ; akin to Dutch bul , German bulle , Icelandic boli , Lithuanian bullus , Lett. bollis , Russian vol' ; probably from the root of Anglo-Saxon bellan , English bellow .] 1....
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Bull

Bull adjective Of or pertaining to a bull; resembling a bull; male; large; fierce. Bull bat (Zoology) , the night hawk; -- so called from the loud noise it makes while feeding on the wing, in the evening. -- Bull calf . (a) A stupid fellow. -- Bull...
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