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An investor is said to be bullish when they expect the price of an asset or commodity to rise. The opposite of bullish is
In the context of
, bullish usually means an investor is
of calls or is
Bullish has some relationship with the expression '
', but it is important to note that it is possible to hold
positions which are the opposite (i.e.
). For example, buying put
which profit when the
asset or commodity falls.
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