For further knowledge about stocks let’s know the two terms of stocks which are BULL MARKET & BEAR MARKET.
A bull market is a market when the price of securities rises over some time. A Bull market means when everything happens wonderful in the economy such as Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is growing, Peoples are easily finding good jobs as per their need and qualifications were they getting good salaries, stocks are continuously growing and investors enjoying profits on their investment.
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala says true on the market that “Successful investors are opportunistic and optimistic ones.”
In Bull market prices are high of stocks because the demands of stocks are high but supply is low.
Everyone wants to buy good stocks in the Bull market. If a person is positive and believes that the market will rise in the future then the person calls a bull with its bullish outlook or bullish views.
Bear Markets are fully opposite of Bull Markets. In the Bear market when economic conditions are not good, people are facing unemployment, GDP falls consistently and stock prices are falling.
In Bear markets, investors are in a very difficult situation to opt for the best shares to invest.
In Bear markets, prices of stock are consistent falls downs because in the bear market everyone wants to sell their shares because rates fall. Which effects that supply is high and demand is low of shares in the market.
A person believes negative or pessimistic that stocks are falling then the person calls a Bear with its Bearish views.