Dollar Bull

Definition - What does Dollar Bull mean?

A dollar bull is a currency trader or investor who is very optimistic about the future value of the U.S. dollar (USD) compared to other currencies. If a dollar bull follows his instincts, he will tend to take up long positions in the USD.

ForexDictionary explains Dollar Bull

The USD is one of the most watched currencies in the world, so it is natural that people feel strongly about it. At any point in time, there are reasons to think the dollar will rise in value – perhaps because the U.S. economy is booming or perhaps because it is in recession and will recover eventually. Of course, there are also compelling reasons to believe the dollar will fall in value at any point in time. A dollar bull chooses to pay attention to the positive signs, whereas a dollar bear puts the most value on the negative ones.
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