A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from July 08, 2011
Beartard (bear + retard)

A “beartard” (bear + retard) is a “bear” (one who believes in falling markets), but is also one who remains bearish despite bullish numbers. The term “beartard” has been cited in print since at least May 2007.
“Bulltard” has been cited in print since at least October 2007.

Fly on WallStreet
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Closing Comments
The Fly is God. Fucktards that doubt him will get massacred in this market. The guy makes us laugh while making us fat mountain woman sized checks that make our bank examiners scratch their empty coconuts. Fuck beartards and fuck Greenbitch. Greenfag is an asshat of the century candidate, no? He should keep his fat wrinkled ass shut—and his beak zipped.
-The Zombie, loyal i-net fucktard
# posted by The Zombie : 4:58 PM
Trader231’s Market Musings
Beartards smacked…again
October 6, 2007 by trader231
But seriously, today’s jobs data makes the Fed look like a fool for cutting rates so drastically. For now, Jim Rogers appears to be right about the rate move.
Prospecting with JakeGint
Tick off a BearTard, Join the PPT
Sunday, September 20, 2009 at 10:58 pm
First, let’s get something straight: There’s nothing wrong with being bearish when the time is appropriate, and there’s no saying now’s not the time to be appropriately bearish.
But it’s never appropriate to be a perma-bear, a.k.a. “BearTard,” which is really more about personal philosophy than it is an investment thesis.  You see,  for beartards, making money is secondary, and maybe even tertiary.
Godlike Productions
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