There are always opposites in life.

The financial market, including the stock market, is no exception.

In the stock market, there are opposites in the form of a bear market and a bull market.

We have already explored what a bear market is.

So, right now, let’s find out what a bull market means.

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Just like a bear market, there’s no formal definition, but a bull market usually refers to a 20% rise in a market over time from its bottom.

The bull is used to describe an up market from the way it attacks its opponents — bulls usually to use their horns to thrust an enemy upwards.

One of the best non-numeral indicators is rising investor optimism. During a bull market, there is a strong demand for stocks, and people tend to positive towards the stock market.

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