Bull market

The Hindu Business Line  7 hrs ago  Comment 
Weak arrival and strong buying lifted chana prices on Tuesday to ₹2,950-75 a quintal. Similarly, chana (desi) rose to ₹2,700-50, chana (mausmi) to ₹2,700-3,000, Kabuli Bitki to ₹2,600-2,900...
SeekingAlpha  9 hrs ago  Comment 
By Scott Martindale: As many investors enjoy the final weeks of summer, some optimistic bulls seem to be positioning themselves well ahead of Labor Day in anticipation of a fall rally. Indeed, last week's action was impressive. After only a mere...
The Economic Times  11 hrs ago  Comment 
"Pvt banks continue to be favourite for most of the investors. Banks have one of the highest weightages in the indices, be it the Sensex or Nifty."
The Economic Times  Aug 19  Comment 
'There are quite a few good pharma and IT companies which are also doing quite well. Hence, quality is the underlying theme across sectors.'
SeekingAlpha  Aug 18  Comment 
By Armchair Quarterback: Equity markets in the US have bounced back over the past couple of weeks and have shown strong momentum to the upside. We are now well into the fourth year of a rising equity market and we might now reasonably ask the...
Yahoo  Aug 18  Comment 
Forget the naysayers! This bull market has another 15 years left in it. At least that’s what Brian Belski, chief market strategist at BMO Capital Markets, says.
Yahoo  Aug 18  Comment 
Barring a fresh geopolitical jolt, the S&P 500 is back on course to take aim at the psychological 2,000 level.
Benzinga  Aug 18  Comment 
The strong open last Friday quickly faded to redness, with the Nasdaq holding strongest. Though a disappointment for the bulls, Friday capped a week that should comfort them--traders peeked at a whoosh down and survived. This Week's...
The Economic Times  Aug 18  Comment 
"This market is not one to be scoffed at, it has got legs and today's strength is due to bullish reaction to the Prime Minister's speech."


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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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