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a market characterized by rising prices for securities

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The SPDR Gold Shares (NYSE:GLD), the world's largest ETF backed by physical holdings of gold, is indeed in a bull market and that status is important.
." With this tweet, Trump threw a monkey wrench not only into trade negotiations, but he may potentially murder both the economic expansion and this 10-year old bull market.
Then of course comes the debate over when to mark the beginning of the bull market. Yes, we have seen a sustained rally since 2009, but the period from the 2009 to 2013 was merely a bear market rebound.
Another head wind, according to Kreider, is “more structural.” He says the long-running bull market in equities has left investors, in general, less focused on defensive funds and capital preservation.
Last August the current bull market became the longest in history and exceeded the decade-long bull market of the 1990s.
4) Ordinary versus post-crisis recoveries: We have discussed this a number of times before, but it is worth bringing up in the context of ageing bull markets: Recoveries from financial crises are very different from ordinary recoveries from recessions.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-June 15, 2018--Report says rich are growing richer because of bull market
Fiscal stimulus at a time of sharply higher oil prices argued for an embryonic bull market in Saudi equities.
Every bear market is preceded by a bull market. And even in bull markets, volatility can hurt short-term returns: volatility spiked in 2005 and 2007 even as indices moved higher.
But Royal London Asset Management's Multi-Asset team see few signs of the imbalances that usually signal a bull market ending.
property market posing more risk to an investor rather than advantages, Investor Bull believes the USA property market is an incredibly profitable investment environment and one of today's leading emerging bull markets with its highly attractive purchase prices and a buoyant rental market with high net yields.
He began by noting bull markets are not "wine and roses." They are periods of fear, indecision and uncertainty, which he called "the word of the day."
It is the most reliable indicator of bull markets that I have yet seen.
Wealth redistribution favoring the rich and speculation in the financial market with an intent to create wealth with disregard for fundamentals of the overall economy and/-or corporate profits give rise to short-term cyclical bull markets that ends as the speculative bubble bursts.
Legendary investor John Templeton said the following about bull markets:<span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp; </span>"bull markets are born on pessimism, grow on skepticism, mature on optimism, and die on euphoria."