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Dead Cat Bounce
A 'dead cat bounce' is a rather unpleasant term used to describe a small, Short-term recovery in a falling stock's price.
    
If a cat was dropped from the top of a tall building, it would bounce when hitting the ground. Yet it wouldn't bounce much and still be dead.
    
It is a temporary recovery from a prolonged decline or Bear market, after which the market continues to fall.
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