|A declining stock market over a prolonged period, usually lasting at least six months and normally not more than 18 months.
Any market in which prices exhibit a declining trend for a prolonged period, usually falling by 20% or more.
Usually caused by a conviction that a weak economy will produce depressed corporate profits.
Also, a market in which prices of a certain group of securities are falling or are expected to fall.
A rising stock market over a prolonged period, usually lasting at least six months and normally ...
An investor who believes that a security or the market is falling or is expected to ...
Market in which supply overwhelms demand, leading to weak and lower prices. ...
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