Bull market

MarketWatch  8 hrs ago  Comment 
The U..S. markets have taken flight against the backdrop of a seasonal tailwind.
Market Intelligence Center  11 hrs ago  Comment 
With bullish technical indicators and a 4 STARS (out of 5) buy ranking from Standard & Poor’s, NIKE Inc. (NKE) could be an attractive play for investors according to MarketIntelligenceCenter.com's patented option-trade picking algorithms. A...
Market Intelligence Center  11 hrs ago  Comment 
Market Intelligence Center  11 hrs ago  Comment 
TheStreet.com  Nov 25  Comment 
NEW YORK --  Stryker is marching to new highs, and the bulls are looking for further gains. OptionMonster's Heat Seeker tracking system detected the purchase of almost 1,800 December 92.50 calls Monday, most of which priced for 85 cents and 90...
The Economic Times  Nov 25  Comment 
In case, this 8425 area does get broken, chances are that you go down another 100-150 points in the 8150 zone, which had broken out a bit earlier.
The Economic Times  Nov 25  Comment 
I am not too sure about the trading play. On the housing side, the improvements are definitely seen. There is a demand happening.
Financial Times  Nov 25  Comment 
Quantitative easing could leave stocks with further to rally than euro has to fall
New York Times  Nov 25  Comment 
Universa Investments, a hedge fund founded by Mark Spitznagel, has found a way to make money in an economic and financial collapse as well as in better times.
Commodity Online  Nov 25  Comment 
Milan Shah, agri research analyst at commodity Online, said Jeera December contract is likely to trade bullish for short term and side ways for intra day. Short term support seen at 11900 and resistance at 12550.
Commodity Online  Nov 25  Comment 
Yahoo  Nov 24  Comment 
The bull market is getting old. While it may not end tomorrow, Paul Schatz recommends some safe stocks to put in your portfolio to weather any type of market.


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A bull market is a prolonged period in which investment prices rise faster than their historical average. Bull markets can happen as a result of an economic recovery, an economic boom, or investor psychology. The longest and most famous bull market is the one that began in the early 1990s in which the U.S. equity markets grew at their fastest pace ever. A bull market is the opposite of a bear market

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