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Bull and Bear Market

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Bull and bear market are terms used to describe the volatility of a particular cryptocurrency. For example, if a crypto currency goes up 4x in value versus any traditional currency, it would be considered in a bull market. If that coin falls 80% in price, it is considered to be in a bear market.

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The term "bull" to describe a market comes from the expression "bull market," meaning a rising stock market. A bull is therefore a positive figure, like a stock market "optimist."

The term "bear" comes from the expression "bear market," which describes a declining stock market. This term is also commonly applied to economic recession, as well as any situation where the general sentiment is negative, or where pessimism prevails.

A bear can also be compared to an investor who is pessimistic about the future of a company, and so sells his/her stocks to reduce or hedge against potential losses.

Cryptocurrency is becoming a major factor in the world market as the countries like Japan, Australia, South Korea and others are giving an official identity to it. Many countries are also supporting cryptocurrency market. There are many articles written on the internet on this topic.

The terms Bull and bear are derived from the stock market terminology. In stock trading, it is essential to determine whether the current market is bullish or bearish.

If you're new to the cryptocurrency market, you might be wondering what all of these terms mean. Read on to learn more about bull and bear markets, so that you can enjoy bigger profits.

One of the biggest challenges in any financial market is making profits during Bull and bear Market.

A lot of people are still confused about the Bull and bear market. Most of the people are even scared for this kind of market. Due to volatility and uncertainty that cryptocurrency market always faces.

The Bull Market is a state of affairs in which the value of all leading crypto assets are generally increasing in value over a significant period of time. A Bull market is the result of people having a positive outlook on the cryptocurrency and giving rise to a pattern of general gains when they purchase Bitcoin or other coins.

A Bear Market is opposite to a Bull Market, it occurs when the price of an asset is declining over time. As the downturn continues, more investors decide to exit the market, causing further sell-offs and spiraling prices down even further. Just like with a Bull Market, there isn’t a definite timeframe for either one, but it’s important to keep an eye on how long each period lasts.

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This sir, is a crab market, and is a good time to stack your bags for the next bull run!!

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the first time I got to learn this bearish and bullish stuff it was just so incomprehensible. But I got to understand more in the trading process.

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