Bear and Bull Markets: Whenever someone talks about the share market or happening in the share market, we come across the terms bull and bear. The bull and bear used to describe the market conditions. So, why we use these terms? What is meaning of these terms in relation to share market? In this blog we will make it familiar this terms and will tell you what this terms are and how useful they are in the market.

Why Bull and Bear market terms use for
The terms bull and bear market are used in describing how market are moving in general. Either they are appreciating or depreciating in value. Whenever the market is appreciating in value we call it bull market. And if the market is depreciating in value we call it a bear market. Bull and bear market not only shows appreciating in value of the market, but also the attitude of the investor towards the market. These terms also denote how investors feel about the market.

Simplifying the bear and bull market terms
In simple words, the term bull market used when the share prices go up continuously. The investors are thinking the price will go up even more. Investors have faith that the rising in the market will continue further in long term. During the bull market, any losses should be minor and temporary; an investor can typically actively and confidently invest in more equity with a higher probability of making a return.

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