overconfidently


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o·ver·con·fi·dent

 (ō′vər-kŏn′fĭ-dənt)
adj.
Excessively confident; presumptuous.

o′ver·con′fi·dence n.
o′ver·con′fi·dent·ly adv.

overconfidently

(ˌəʊvəˈkɒnfɪdəntlɪ)
adv
with excessive confidence
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Where Trump overconfidently proclaimed we will be protected by God,Jackson (and other presidents) offered up ardent supplications that God may bless America.
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Internally and externally, the kingdom overconfidently seems intent on creating more enemies, neutralizing none, alienating world and regional powers, mainstream Sunni, Shiite, liberal, pan-Arab and leftist forces, wrecking regional havoc, all in what looks like an unbalanced reaction to threats, real and perceived, to the survival of the ruling dynasty.
Internally and externally, the kingdom overconfidently seems intent on creating more enemies, neutralising none, alienating world and regional powers, mainstream Sunni, Shiite, liberal, pan-Arab and leftist forces, wrecking regional havoc, all in what looks like an unbalanced reaction to threats, real and perceived, to the survival of the ruling dynasty.
Overall, our study provides evidence that Asian investors trade as overconfidently as US investors, as documented in the prior literature, and that not only domestic market gains but also US market gains make Asian investors trade with overconfidence.
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