Bull MarketBack to Glossary
Technically a bull market occurs when the price of an asset consistently sets higher-highs and higher-lows for a sustained period of time. For this to take place there have to be more buyers than sellers in a market. Bull markets are accompanied by a great deal of positive sentiment and expectation. When a bull market rises too quickly it’s a signal that people have become euphoric and that prices are becoming detached from reality. Bull markets that rise too quickly tend to turn into bubbles.
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