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Bull market


A bull market is a market condition that is characterized by a general increase in the price of stocks, stock indices. In this condition, the number of buyers in the market is greater than sellers.


In 2008, the housing market crashed and destroyed the finances of millions of families, and as a result, the financial markets. In March 2009, the market began to move up again and caused one of the greatest rallies in the history of the stock market.
The bull market growth lasted a record 11 years, it stopped due to the onset of the pandemic in 2020.

More detailed

A bull market occurs when investors feel confident and buy more shares. There is a general optimism about markets, productivity and the state of the economy. The overall demand for shares exceeds the supply, which leads to higher prices.

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