"No price is too high for a bull or too low for a bear” means that nothing can be too good for the optimist or too bad for the pessimist. The stock market proverb was cited in the London Times in 1884.
The Oxford Dictionary of English Proverbs
By William George Smith and Janet E. Heseltine
Oxford: The Clarendon Press
No price is too low for a ‘bear’ or too high for a ‘bull’. [Stock Exchange.]
1884 Times 28 June No price is too low for a ‘bear’ or too high for a ‘bull’.
The New Random Walk Down Wall Street:
Including a life-cycle guide to personal investing
By Burton G Malkiel
New York, NY: Norton
As an old Wall Street proverb runs: No price is too high for a bull or too low for a bear.
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By Marc Faber
As a saying goes, “no price is too high for a bull”!
Artha The Art of Investment
Monday, June 22, 2009
Old Wall Street proverb: “No price is too high for a bull or too low for a bear.”
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Once again the Old City and Wall Street saying comes to mind: “No price is too high for a bull or too low for a bear.”
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