a financial market characterized by investment prices that are rising or that are forecast to rise.: Compare bear market.
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How to use bull market in a sentence
As long as the risk is unregulated, it seems to be a bull market for Bitcoin.
Now the bull market has given rise to expensive babysitters who keep high-powered adults out of trouble.Live-in Sober Coaches Offer Wealthy Expensive New Way to Stay Clean | Eliza Shapiro | March 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
We can always go back to worrying; we are still in a bull market for fear.Election Shows Greece Unlikely to Cause Financial Meltdown, Despite Gloom and Doom | Zachary Karabell | June 18, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
She points out that she came of age during the bull market—a period of nearly uninterrupted wealth creation and stock price rises.
In the business world this manifests itself in the perennial hope of a "bull market" or a "bonanza."Literature for Children | Orton Lowe
The word is used very frequently with reference to the market, a bull market meaning a rising market.
It is impossible to have a big bull market without plenty of money.
When stocks are moving up steadily in a bull market, people closely connected with the market expect a reaction and watch for it.
There is one instance where a stop-loss order can be used to advantage, and that is near the top of a bull market.
Cultural definitions for bull market
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