Monday, September 12, 2016

Bull Market Definition

Bull Market


Bull Market is a condition of the stock market when there is widespread optimism in the market, reflected in high prices of stocks. Often this enthusiasm is unjustified and the two crucial ratios, ‘Price to Earnings’ and ‘Price to Book’ shoot up and make stocks expensive for purchasing.



Many innocent investors enter the stock market at these high levels, lured by the possibility of making a fast buck.

For the discerning value investors a bull market is not the right time to buy but the best opportunity to sell the shares bought and painfully accumulated over a long period of time at lower prices and book profit.

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