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Bull market
A market in which traders and investors are feeling positive and prices are rising.
    
A bull market is usually associated with increasing investor confidence, motivating investors to buy in anticipation of further capital gains.
    
The longest and most famous bull market was in the 1990s when the U.S. and many other global financial markets grew at their fastest pace ever.
    
In describing financial market behavior, the largest group of market participants is often referred to, metaphorically, as a herd. This is especially relevant to participants in bull markets since bulls are herding animals. A bull market is also described as a bull run. Dow Theory attempts to describe the character of these market movements.
    
The United States has been described as being in a Long-term bull market since about 1983, with brief upsets including the Panic of 1987 and the NASDAQ crash of 2000-2002.
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