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MarketWatch  2 hrs ago  Comment 
The U.S. is in the early stages of an extended business cycle and a secular bull market for stocks that could last another two decades, writes Christopher Hyzy.
The Economic Times  8 hrs ago  Comment 
A victory in Maharashtra, home of the country's financial capital, will certainly help the Centre push through crucial economic reforms.
BusinessWeek  Oct 15  Comment 
The bears have a dramatic tale to tell involving bubbles, busts, and global dislocations. The bulls are steady-as-you-go. Who's right?
Financial Times  Oct 15  Comment 
Traders scramble to make sense of scale of drop in wake of poor US data and falling equities
Clusterstock  Oct 15  Comment 
The excellent investor and commentator Barry Ritholtz recently published a long-term stock market chart. The chart shows what most students of market history quickly learn: Stocks move in distinct "bull" and "bear" phases that often last for...
Forbes  Oct 15  Comment 
Flying pigs haven't been floated yet--so we're far from the top. Buying opportunities still exist. Here are six to consider.
The Economic Times  Oct 15  Comment 
If the BJP comes to power in Maharashtra, then they are seen being more able to take bolder decisions, say top analysts and brokers.
SeekingAlpha  Oct 15  Comment 
By The Financial Lexicon: After the stock market selloff of recent weeks, you may be tempted to jump into any number of equities that have pulled back significantly. After all, based on earnings projections, the recent declines have brought a...
Financial Times  Oct 14  Comment 
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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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