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Last week, Andrew Left, the famed short-seller behind Citron Research known for his market-moving reports, said he would stop publishing bearish calls and “pivot” to just bullish recommendations, citing “the changing dynamics in the market.”
The week is off to a bearish start for cryptocurrency as the price of Bitcoin fell nearly $10,000 from its Friday high of nearly $42,000, temporarily ending an unprecedented rally.
I’ve got some indicators showing me very strong bullish signs, I’ve got some showing me very strong bearish signs, and some that are showing things they typically don’t show unless there’s high volatility expected.
The biggest ETF tracking the index lost money as the fastest rate since 2000 on Friday, while large speculators boosted the net bearish positions in Nasdaq futures to a 12-year high.
"A rough, bearish fellow," William called him, who had won the name of the "Bull of Valmont" by his headlong courage.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
It is lucky for mamma that, in his green state, he is courtly instead of bearish.'
THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
It is a bearish task to quarrel with that purest of all human affections—that perfecting touch to a woman's life—a mother's love.
Morello was the rough, bearish and hairy-looking monster, cruel as a fiend, and always unshaven.
THE BARREL MYSTERYWILLIAM J. (WILLIAM JAMES) FLYNN
That the man was a bear was a matter of course, and bears probably do not themselves know how bearish they are.
THE EUSTACE DIAMONDSANTHONY TROLLOPE
With one arm hugging the log, I tried with the other to release myself from his bearish gripe.
DOWN THE RIVEROLIVER OPTIC

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