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.


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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