permabull


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permabull

n
an investor who consistently acts in the expectation that the value of stocks and shares will rise
[from perma(nent) + bull (sense 5)]
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I had alarmed a few permabull friends in Dubai with an article last week whose thesis was that Wall Street is "outrageously overvalued".
"I am known around here as the permabull," Raines says.
<li>And another permabull talks his book, sees more procyclicality, has no factual justification (<a href="http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=amvNU70q3kTI">Bloomberg</a>)</li>