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Bull market definition

A bull market in securities trading is an appreciating market. Typically, a bull market is associated with strong economic growth, low unemployment, and positive corporate earnings reports, which leads to rising asset prices and positive investor sentiment. The reverse of a bull market is a bear market.

 

Strategies for trading during a bull market

During a bull market, traders and investors can find many opportunities to profit from rising prices. Some strategies traders can use include buying and holding, trend-following, momentum trading, and scalping.

Buying and holding: Buying and holding is one of the simplest strategies traders can employ in a bull market – it is simply the act of buying a security and holding it for the long term. As its market price increases, the value of the holdings increases.

Trend-following: Trend-following involves traders buying securities that are appreciating and selling those that are trending downwards.

Momentum trading: Momentum trading involves buying securities that show strong upward momentum and selling them before they start to decline. Momentum traders must monitor the markets carefully and be willing to exit trades quickly.

Scalping: Finally, scalping is a short-term trading strategy that can be used in a bull market. Scalpers enter and exit trades quickly, holding positions open for a few seconds to a few minutes at a time. When the market is appreciating rapidly, scalpers can aim to make small profits from this movement.

 

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ADSS offers a range of global markets for traders, with opportunities in indices, commodities, forex, equities and more. We also feature tutorials, how-to guides, and weekly webinars to help you navigate the financial markets and find better trading opportunities. You can start trading and investing online by opening a live trading or demo trading account.

 

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