Bull Market

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Definition: Bull Market

Bull Market refers to the stock market expectations and signifies a high degree of optimism and investor confidence in the market.

Like a bull attacks by thrusting its horns high up in the air, a bull market shows that the stock prices are expected to rise. Though this may not be the actual case, it just shows the current psychology of the market.


Example:

The most famous bull market was in 1990s when US equity markets grew at the fastest pace ever.

As a bull market points to a positive market sentiment, a bear market in contrast refers to a pessimistic market attitude.


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