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Bullish and bearish markets

 

 

A bullish market means that the price is going up and higher. There is positive momentum. The term “Bullish” is used because of the way a Bull attacks, moving his horns and head upwards and higher. If a trader believes the price will rise they are bullish.

A bearish market means that the price is going down and falling. There is negative momentum. The term “Bearish” is used because of the way a Bear attacks by swiping its paw in a downward motion. If a trader believes the price will fall they are bearish.

 
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