Bull [noun]

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We’ve known for some time that Big Tech is carrying the water in this bull run.

Despite their complexity, amateur investors have been quick to glom onto options during bull markets, viewing them as a way to bet that a given stock will go higher.

While classics like Bloody Marys, micheladas, and bull shots may be the first that come to mind, these days they aren’t the only cocktails to include a touch of saline.

“We don’t believe the bull market is going to end any time soon, but a healthy pullback or even a correction is part of all bull markets,” Chris Zaccarelli, chief investment officer at Independent Advisor Alliance, wrote in a note Thursday.

In short, August’s un-August-like performance is adding uncertainty to the tech bull rally.

The small chambers were further subdivided into sections, just a meter square, which occupied different vertical levels, with their edges marked or guarded by bulls’ heads.

In summertime, the neighborly small-talk in Sant’Ippolito, our little hilltop hamlet in Amandola, almost always turns to the subject of animal life—rarely bulls and bears, mind you.

In a pandemic, “mixed” isn’t a bad modifier, but may not be the word bulls want to hear.

Gold-and-silver bugs are having an excellent pandemic, as are crypto bulls.

Further down the list is Amazon, up a mere 72%, a performance making Amazon bulls very happy.