Bull market

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The Economic Times  9 hrs ago  Comment 
Nifty50 has witnessed multiple breakouts that marked the end of vicious correction which started way back in March 2015 after hitting life-time highs.
MarketWatch  Jun 3  Comment 
U.S. stocks may not be so vulnerable to shrinking corporate profit margins, after all, writes Mark Hulbert.
The Economic Times  Jun 3  Comment 
Domestic equities, as well as currency, have shown resilience at a time when most emerging markets corrected sharply. India is showing signs of decoupling.
Forbes  Jun 2  Comment 
Gold has attracted an unusual amount of interest lately, after turning up about 20% coming out of a 5-year bear market. The chart looks bullish, everyone is bullish, but as you know, it is hard for gold to rally when everyone is bullish.
MarketWatch  Jun 2  Comment 
The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite made higher highs Thursday to go with last month’s higher lows, which the century-old Dow Theory suggests is a necessary component of an uptrend.
MarketWatch  Jun 2  Comment 
There is a lot to like right now about the stock market, despite the fact that there is a general air of bearishness lingering over equities right now.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 2  Comment 
Edible oils market witnessed a firm trend tracking bullish futures amid renewed physical demand and higher volumes. Liberty was quoting palmolein at ₹590, super palmolein ex JNPT ₹600, soyabean refin...
The Economic Times  Jun 2  Comment 
In this pattern, the opening price becomes the low point of the day, which is significantly below the closing price, thus resulting in a long bullish candle.




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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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