A “bulltard” (bull + retard) is a “bull” (one who believes in rising markets), but is also one who remains bullish despite bearish numbers. The term “bulltard” has been cited in print since at least October 2007.
“Beartard” has been cited in print since at least May 2007.
An idiot who thinks that stock markets always rise.
The bulltards who bought Google’s stock at $500, since it was such a great price after falling from $650, have hopefully learned something now that it’s below $400.
by dearjohn Sep 30, 2008
Vix and More
Tuesday, October 2, 2007
More Thoughts and Numbers on the SPX-VIX Correlation
Ben Bittrolff said…
Hey, I have a brilliant NEW idea: Lets setup a fancy financial company and issue lots of debt. We then squander the debt by lending to unqaulified people that can’t possibly pay it back. BUT we use Level 3 and Level 2 accounting to Mark to Make Belief and Mark To Model. We can than also record the declining value of our own debt (as Bond holders flee in panic) as even more gains. Then we wait for the short bus to pull up and let the Bulltards come in and bid up our shares…
October 2, 2007 9:49 AM
System Trader with Woodshedder
Open Letter to the Bulltards
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 at 3:06 pm
C’mon folks. Really. People are actually lashing out at me for being a bear here. The fact of the matter is that I feel confident in my assessment of the market, and last time I checked, it was a good thing to have convictions.
Google Finance: UNIVERSAL ENERGY CORP
Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2008 09:46:32 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Thurs, Aug 7 2008 11:46 am
Subject: Re: Where is everyone?
There are so many morons, stock assassins, bulltards, and pump n dumps on other boards.
House Price Crash forum
What Happened Greenshoot Bulltards?
U.S Consumer confidence down again
Posted 28 July 2009 - 02:19 PM
CNBC Bulltards - The Recession IS NOT OVER
By Karl Denninger Video Channel
Published: August 30, 2009
Wall Street Examiner Forums and Bears Chat
dip buying bulltards about to get raped
Posted 31 March 2010 - 09:16 AM
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