bullish

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expecting a rise in prices

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This type of negativity from the brokerage bunch is very uncharacteristic for a blue-chip company and is seen as a bullish indicator from our contrarian perspective.
From a contrarian perspective, pessimism associated put open interest exceeding call open interest coupled with a stock that has been outperforming the broad market can be a bullish indicator.
This rather bearish article on the sector as a whole can be viewed as a bullish indicator from our contrarian point of view.
One bullish indicator is the fact that the speculative options crowd is a bit pessimistic on this relatively strong performer.
Donning contrarian glasses, this type of pessimism toward a strong performer is a bullish indicator.
As contrarians, we view pessimism in the face of strong price action as a bullish indicator.
As contrarians, we view skepticism in the midst of strong price action as a bullish indicator.
From a contrarian perspective, pessimism in the face of strong price action is a bullish indicator.
While this reading is far from a bearish extreme, rising pessimism on a solid performing stock is viewed as a bullish indicator from our contrarian point of view.
From a contrarian perspective, pessimism toward a strong-performing stock is a bullish indicator.
While this may appear to be a bullish indicator from the options crowd, digging deeper we find that the majority of this volume arrived in two blocks of 5,000 contracts that crossed at a bid price of 40 cents (and most likely represent selling activity).