Bull Market

When stock prices have risen steadily over several months, experts call it a ""bull"" market. When stocks trend downward for a long period, it's a ""bear"" market. These terms were selected based on the way the two animals attack. When a bull rushes forward, he holds his head low and then gores upward with his horns. A bear, on the other hand, strikes downward with his paws.

 

 

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