bearish bearish  /ˈbɛ rɪʃ/


  • (adj) expecting prices to fall


  1. Baruch could be bearish or bullish.
  2. Earlier in July there was a nice market bounce, thanks to bullish comments by long bearish analyst Meredith Whitney.
  3. Thursday's close below the November low is to some a confirmation of the market's bearish trend, implying lower prices ahead.


  1. Wheat Traders Most Bearish Since at Least November on Production

    Wheat traders are the most bearish since at least November as the outlook for bigger harvests in the Black Sea region, Australia and Europe is raising competition for export markets and sending prices lower.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Bloomberg

  2. Big bearish trade tunes into in Sirius

    A huge bearish position is targeting Sirius XM Radio. optionMONSTER systems show that a trader sold 50,000 June 3.50 puts for $0.23 in one block against open interest of 59,031. In the following seconds, ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: optionMONSTER via Yahoo! Finance

  3. Wheat Market Seen Facing ‘Bearish Summer’ by InVivo on Black Sea

    Wheat faces a “bearish” summer and autumn on increased supply from the Black Sea region and uncertainty about imports, said Francois Luguenot, head of market analysis at French grain cooperative Union InVivo.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Bloomberg


  1. "I'm not wildly bearish, but I don't want to have a lot of risk at this point," Biggs, who manages $1.4 billion, said in a telephone interview. "I'm not putting my money into anything. I'm raising cash."
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Barton Biggs Source: BusinessWeek

  2. "The inventory data is very bearish," said Nas Nijjar at CMC Capital Markets. "Everything is a lot higher than expected."
    on Jan 16, 2008 By: Nas Source: AFP

  3. Rogers said May 8 he expected a "nice rally in the American dollar because so many have been bearish on the American dollar, including me."
    on Jun 29, 2008 By: Jim Rogers Source: Bloomberg

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