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With Democrats defending a fragile majority, Republicans are bullish about their chances of taking back the House in 2022.
Monday's price action showed there is still a contingent of bullish traders willing to bargain hunt after stocks fall.
The company is also betting that corporate travel trends will fundamentally change even in the most bullish scenarios.
Dealmakers, though, are the most bullish they have been in seven years around the M&A landscape.
Ironically, the DoJ’s lawsuit blocking the deal perhaps laid out the most bullish case for Plaid’s future in plain words.
So much for that seemingly overly bullish $20,000 Bitcoin call in November.
The collapse is even more notable because it came in an investment and regulatory environment that has been incredibly bullish for electric vehicle startups.
Right now, however, the makers of those drugs are also bullish.
Speaking of bulls… we got perhaps the most bullish call of the year yesterday on Bitcoin.
Looking ahead to 2021, while publishers and advertisers feel confident about their company prospects in the new year, they are less bullish about their industries as a whole.

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