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UNDERSTANDING BULL AND BEAR MARKETS
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Simply put, bull markets are movements in the stock market in which prices are rising and the consensus is that prices will continue moving upward. During this time, economic production is strong and jobs are plentiful. Inflation is low. Bear markets are the opposite—stock prices are falling, and the view is that they will continue falling. The economy also slows down, and unemployment and inflation rise. In either scenario, people invest as though the trend will continue.

Investors who think and act as though the market will start to rise or keep on rising are said to be bullish, while those who think it will start to fall or continue falling are bearish. We will review the basics of bull and bear markets in this tutorial. Specifically, we will cover the following:

  • BULL AND BEAR MARKETS
  • Predicting Bull and Bear Markets
  • Investing During Bull Markets
  • Investing During Bear Markets
  • SUMMARY OF BULL AND BEAR MARKETS

Let's take a closer look at what drives bull and bear markets.




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